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Powerball or Mega Mililions
Unless someone from here is in one the four anonymous states it would be really hard to hide it, or would it? A screen name would provide a wee bit of cover but otherwise..........
Oct 11, 2014, 9:08 pm - Coin Toss - Lottery Discussion forum

It's been almost a year of cutting my lottery spending and so glad I cut back
Is this Lottery Players Anonymous?
Oct 3, 2014, 10:33 am - MillionsWanted - Lottery Discussion forum

Puerto Rico joins Powerball today
Here's a poor translation of their Powerball FAQ: ANONYMOUS IF I WIN THE LOTTERY? The number 10 of May 24, 1989 Act, as amended provides that the identity of the winners of the Lotto is protected. This also applies to the Powerball game in Puerto Rico. It seems it's possible to remain anonymous. I can't find any info on whether PR taxes lottery winnings at a different rate than income - I do know up to $10k prizes are tax free. Here's an article about the 1% moving to the island ...
Oct 2, 2014, 11:29 pm - Toronto - Lottery News forum

Puerto Rico joins Powerball today
If PR allows anonymous claims, it must be easily the best place to win the lotto. All the other anonymous states require some state income tax. PR you only pay a 4% rate - no federal!
Oct 2, 2014, 9:11 pm - Toronto - Lottery News forum

Puerto Rico joins Powerball today
Don't think so, but I truly don't know if Puerto Rico is anonymous . I know that they don't do press conference and the winners are never mention , only one winner has been made public and that was because he request it. So I don't know if is an official rule or is just courtesy. In P.R only 40% of the prizes are claimed and that number is one of their best year.
Oct 2, 2014, 8:29 pm - nina09 - Lottery News forum

Puerto Rico joins Powerball today
Other anonymous places don't publish, would PR make different rules for PB ?
Oct 2, 2014, 4:09 pm - haymaker - Lottery News forum

Irish winners anonymously claim €86m EuroMillions jackpot
Yes, they are very sensible to remain anonymous. US State Lotteries should give winners the same right. Requiring winners to go public puts them under enormous pressure and many can't handle it.
Oct 1, 2014, 4:59 am - myturn - Lottery News forum

Irish winners anonymously claim €86m EuroMillions jackpot
Congrats to the winners. Anonymous and no taxes, what more could you ask! With the risin' of the moon......
Sep 30, 2014, 5:42 pm - Coin Toss - Lottery News forum

California nail technician wins $228M Powerball jackpot
Well, if I were a conspiracy theorist, and I wanted people to think that I wasn't out of my mind (even though most people would see through it and realize that I was in fact out of my mind), I would certainly argue for anonymous prizes. This was I could claim that Obama was winning every prize in California.
Sep 30, 2014, 7:04 am - Prob988 - Lottery News forum

How soon would you come forward to claim your jackpot winnings: should you win?
noise-gate, Thanks for the compliment, but someone here at LP quite a while ago had the idea of hitting a jackpot when it went back down to the start point and the person who hit it before that hadn't came forward yet, I just tweaked it a little. Scratch$, Your plan would only work in the four anonymous states. Also your bank may not want an influx of tens of millions or more cash on hand. , some of the rules change and bank examiners start camping out at the bank then. ...
Sep 27, 2014, 10:58 pm - Coin Toss - Lottery Discussion forum