|Posted: February 21, 2006, 8:20 am - IP Logged|
Interesting question. I would like to know also. I doubt it was in a "bank" in the traditional sense. There has to be some institute that deals in those big buck numbers, just like there are lawyers who only deal with multi-millionaires.
I read about a woman lawyer, from NH, named Sally H. Mulhern. She, and her husband, handled the "estate planning" of a lottery winner. The article didn't say how much the winner was making in profit, but it was big time. I kept her paper trail, just incase. She only deals with the wealthy. Which means she must charge some major bucks to tell you where to put your stash. Then again, you have to have, and spend, money, to make money.
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I only trust myself - and that's a questionable choice