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PB jackpot for 12/10/05 has rolled to 100

Topic closed. 6 replies. Last post 11 years ago by sirbrad.

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Posted: December 10, 2005, 3:39 am - IP Logged

Here's my pick for Saturday 12/10/05:

  01-30-33-39-51 B39
  05-32-33-37-45 B40
  17-24-25-47-53 B32
  09-26-31-45-47 B32
  01-26-35-41-47 B41
  17-23-26-39-53 B36
  01-31-32-43-53 B29
 05-20-31-43-47 B36
  17-28-29-53-55 B35
 09-21-28-47-51 B31
 07-24-25-45-53 B42
03-31-36-43-55 B34
 05-31-34-41-47 B38
 09-21-26-45-51 B33
15-21-30-41-49 B41
 09-31-34-45-51 B36
 05-26-29-43-51 B41
 13-22-29-41-51 B41
 03-20-31-39-49 B35
 13-26-27-37-49 B39
05-32-33-41-53 B34
15-31-32-43-51 B36
 11-31-32-41-49 B41
 13-24-25-49-51 B32
 05-24-35-43-47 B42

Good luck to all!!!

Powerplayer

Good luck to everyone!!!

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    Posted: December 10, 2005, 11:46 am - IP Logged

    21-25-26-40-50 PB 7

     That's my one quick pick combo for tonight.

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      Posted: December 11, 2005, 1:17 am - IP Logged

      I just wish the would stop lying about the jackpot amount. $112 million my a$$. As if people actually have the choice to not pay the 25% Federal tax. Some people out there actually assume they will get the $112 million. Most will select cash for about $40 million anyway. I don't know how they get away with such lies all the time.

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        Posted: December 11, 2005, 1:33 am - IP Logged

        I just wish the would stop lying about the jackpot amount. $112 million my a$$. As if people actually have the choice to not pay the 25% Federal tax. Some people out there actually assume they will get the $112 million. Most will select cash for about $40 million anyway. I don't know how they get away with such lies all the time.

        Do you really think there are people out that are so dumb that they don't know that the jackpot is an annuity amount and that they have to pay taxes weather they accept the cash value amount or go for the 20+years annuity amount?

         * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
           
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          Posted: December 11, 2005, 5:56 am - IP Logged

          Probably. Also those who are just as dumb who think that the winners holding up the cardboard check actually get that amount. Even the reporters are that dumb, why do you think they continued to say that the Wests' won $340 million dollars, even thought they will never even see close to that amount. Unless they invest their cash option for many years in a good interest bearing account.

          Whether the people actually believe it or not is not the problem. It is the fact that the lottery continues to falsely advertise inaccurate jackpots.

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            Posted: December 11, 2005, 6:23 am - IP Logged

            MUSL clearly posts the annuitized and cash value amounts of the estimated PowerBall jackpot right at the top of its website. Whether a jackpot winner chooses an annuitized prize paid out over 29 years or a lump sum payment, MUSL has no way of knowing exactly what anyone's particular tax liability will ultimately be. Tax exposure can vary greatly depending on a person's state, locale, and personal circumstances. The advertised jackpot figures are an accurate reflection of what MUSL actually disburses either as a lump sum or an annuity. The exact amounts of any taxes siphoned off by various goverment entities are beyond the knowledge and control of MUSL. Bear in mind that tax withholdings are not necessarily the same as the actual taxes paid  when an income tax return is filed.

            aye'

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              Posted: December 11, 2005, 9:24 am - IP Logged

              I think I asked this before, but does one have to still file if they invested the winnings in a NON interest bearing savings account? Why would they, it was only income ONCE. Anyone could live off that much principle if they chose to. Depending on ones circumstance? I think after winning $100 million or more ones previous circumstances will not matter at all to the IRS. The fact is that you have $100, or whatever amount, NOW.