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Litigation Proofing your lottery pool

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Posted: April 18, 2013, 3:24 pm - IP Logged

Paris, Texas is wonderful this time of year! Motel rates are a bit pricey, but you can get a good deal if you're staying for the week.

 

IF the jackpot annuity is at 100m, the cash value would be around 64m. After you divided it up, it won't quite be a million dollars. Of course, if you charge them for gas, mileage, entertainment fees (your car radio) for the drive to the lottery headquarters, you may be able to close that gap. This is also assuming that your pool is the sole winner of the JP. It would really suck if you had to split that 64m in half to then split it into 42, 43, 44, 45 ,46. Not sure which number would apply. Why not let the courts decide? lol!

 

Let me give you some perspective, how many people across the US do you think played last night or the night before? 10m? 20m? 30m? Most of which were quick picks and the drawing did not produce ONE winner. Do you think 920 instead of 20 by yourself would reduce the odds from the realm of fantasy to a snowball's chance in hell?

Wow. I knew there would be one. Her goes.

I was thinking on a cabin in Wyoming, but thank you.

"it won't quite be a million dollars" each. Most people will be quite happy with being debt free. No one is being dilusional here.

"Let me give you perspective". With our 57 cents a day investment ($20/5 weeks) we are buying into a dream (and a dream it is). No one is being dilusional here.

Maybe you don't get it. It is pure entetainment to provoke thought (the win).