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20 co-workers to split $421M Powerball jackpot

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sully16's avatar - sharan
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Congrats to all the winners, nice Christmas this year.

Winter is coming !   Ned Stark.

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    My office's lottery pool of 19 (was 20 until recently) that buys about 60 tickets per drawing is encouraged! Party

     

    Congrats to the winners!

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    singlewinnersinglewinnersinglewinner   

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      Roll Eyes let me see if I got this straight ??

       

      XL house in Caliporny aka the land of quakes 50+ brush fires,landslides,drought and other freaks

      harley ,but you have a bike

      a porsche to race on weekends and a daily driver 

      and have money to donate

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      sounds to me,

      like even if you did win you'd still be whining and bching about something and wishing you'd never left home

      LOL I Was THINKING The VERY SAME THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      THANK YOU....................

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        Nice 20 winners wagering 60 a draw at 3 dollars an individual. They're genius

        Simplify..

        " What's more likely to happen will happen.. "

        Million dollar Ops.

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          Does anyone know if the winning ticket was a quick pick or if the players selected the winning numbers?

          Smart lottery winners form trust to claim their winnings.  They send an attorney to the lottery headquarters to claim the prize in trust, so that ONLY the name of the trust is revealed.  And they tell NO ONE, especially relatives.

          If you ever win a lottery and you are single, the only person you should ever marry is someone who was truly in love with you BEFORE you won the jackpot!

          People can talk about strategies and gimmicks all they want, but unless your ticket actually matches at least 5 of those 6 balls, you are just another person who tried to win a game yet ultimately failed.

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            I had to re-read the article as the numbers weren't adding up in my head. The article mentions that each of the 20 winners were getting approx. $12.7 million AFTER taxes. The lump sum cash amount is $254.6 so divided by 20 it comes out to $12.73 million. Am I missing something here or is TN exempt from both state and federal taxes? under the standard federal tax law married couples filing jointly are taxed at 39.6% after the initial $466,950 so the balance assuming no deductions are used would be $4,856,167 so their true take home after all federal tax obligations are met is less than $7.9 million.

            Perhaps there is a new change in the laws allowing lottery winning to be free of federal taxes....that would be a welcome surprise to everyone who plays!

            Never attempt to maintain a lifestyle you can't afford.

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              Roll Eyes let me see if I got this straight ??

               

              XL house in Caliporny aka the land of quakes 50+ brush fires,landslides,drought and other freaks

              harley ,but you have a bike

              a porsche to race on weekends and a daily driver 

              and have money to donate

              ===========

              sounds to me,

              like even if you did win you'd still be whining and bching about something and wishing you'd never left home

              Some people just enjoy whining or complaining. Give them a reason, any reason and they will protest and complain, for them it sure beats having a real job.

              Never attempt to maintain a lifestyle you can't afford.

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                LOL I Was THINKING The VERY SAME THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                THANK YOU....................

                You may be thinking the same thing but you & H are forgetting something : That is, it's his or her wish or dream. Good thing is we can allow someone into our dreams & can literally kill them off within seconds. Great stuff,  this dreaming.

                 * Voice of Reason *   

                 

                People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it- George Bernard Shaw.

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                  Chasing $ Millions.
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                  I Agree!  Good to see a group win. US Flag

                   Have you given this much thought Music that if you win the Superlotto Plus jackpot tonight - you would end up with millions more than any individual winner of the recent PB jackpot?  Mouthwatering thought huh M? Hope you have your ticket.Smile

                   * Voice of Reason *   

                   

                  People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it- George Bernard Shaw.

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                    I had to re-read the article as the numbers weren't adding up in my head. The article mentions that each of the 20 winners were getting approx. $12.7 million AFTER taxes. The lump sum cash amount is $254.6 so divided by 20 it comes out to $12.73 million. Am I missing something here or is TN exempt from both state and federal taxes? under the standard federal tax law married couples filing jointly are taxed at 39.6% after the initial $466,950 so the balance assuming no deductions are used would be $4,856,167 so their true take home after all federal tax obligations are met is less than $7.9 million.

                    Perhaps there is a new change in the laws allowing lottery winning to be free of federal taxes....that would be a welcome surprise to everyone who plays!

                    The article says they'll be "taking home" about $12.7 million each. That implies that's it's the net after taxes (or at least withholding), which makes the article wrong. There's no state income tax, but they'll be subject to the usual 25% withholding for federal taxes, so each should initially collect about $9.5 million. What they'll actually end up with will depend on their specific situation and whether or not the top bracket for 2017 remains at 39.6%.

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                      Congratulations "Tennessee 20," Spend Wisely  Banana Party

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                        The article says they'll be "taking home" about $12.7 million each. That implies that's it's the net after taxes (or at least withholding), which makes the article wrong. There's no state income tax, but they'll be subject to the usual 25% withholding for federal taxes, so each should initially collect about $9.5 million. What they'll actually end up with will depend on their specific situation and whether or not the top bracket for 2017 remains at 39.6%.

                        Nice that Tennessee does not have state taxes on the lottery!!  Since they are collecting their winnings in 2016 it will this years tax bracket and not 2017.

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                          It is a good that 20 person won so that the wealth could be shared.  That is twenty (20) families benefiting from this win.  A blessing indeed.

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                            Nice 20 winners wagering 60 a draw at 3 dollars an individual. They're genius

                            There are tens of thousands who participate in various types of lottery pools and haven't won much of anything. I doubt they consider themselves geniuses.

                            This particular group of winners simply got lucky.

                            Never attempt to maintain a lifestyle you can't afford.

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                              The article says they'll be "taking home" about $12.7 million each. That implies that's it's the net after taxes (or at least withholding), which makes the article wrong. There's no state income tax, but they'll be subject to the usual 25% withholding for federal taxes, so each should initially collect about $9.5 million. What they'll actually end up with will depend on their specific situation and whether or not the top bracket for 2017 remains at 39.6%.

                              Wouldn't the federal tax rate end up being 39.6% since they would be in the highest tax bracket?  Is Witholding what is taken up front?