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I knew Pedro Quezada was a dinkhead and blow all that money..

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Posted: November 13, 2013, 8:56 am - IP Logged

Don't be fooled by all the noise. Pedro is one smart hombre.

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    Posted: November 13, 2013, 9:23 am - IP Logged

    I knew he was going to blow almost all that money when he come forward to fast without thinking and consulting with finanical team and etc! This is why if i ever win the big one i will go for the 30 year payout and consult with legal team and others.. You will get more if you pick the 30 year payout in either games.. 

     

    State:

    Washington

    Drawing Date:  Wed, Nov 13, 2013
    Jackpot:$110,000,000
    Federal Tax:  25%
    State Tax:No state tax on lottery prizes
    Report:Powerball annuity payout schedule (30 annual payments)

     

    YearGross PaymentFederal TaxesState TaxesNet Payment
    1$1,961,311$490,328$0$1,470,983
    2$2,039,763$509,941$0$1,529,823
    3$2,121,354$530,338$0$1,591,015
    4$2,206,208$551,552$0$1,654,656
    5$2,294,456$573,614$0$1,720,842
    6$2,386,235$596,559$0$1,789,676
    7$2,481,684$620,421$0$1,861,263
    8$2,580,951$645,238$0$1,935,714
    9$2,684,189$671,047$0$2,013,142
    10$2,791,557$697,889$0$2,093,668
    11$2,903,219$725,805$0$2,177,414
    12$3,019,348$754,837$0$2,264,511
    13$3,140,122$785,030$0$2,355,091
    14$3,265,727$816,432$0$2,449,295
    15$3,396,356$849,089$0$2,547,267
    16$3,532,210$883,053$0$2,649,158
    17$3,673,499$918,375$0$2,755,124
    18$3,820,438$955,110$0$2,865,329
    19$3,973,256$993,314$0$2,979,942
    20$4,132,186$1,033,047$0$3,099,140
    21$4,297,474$1,074,368$0$3,223,105
    22$4,469,373$1,117,343$0$3,352,029
    23$4,648,148$1,162,037$0$3,486,111
    24$4,834,073$1,208,518$0$3,625,555
    25$5,027,436$1,256,859$0$3,770,577
    26$5,228,534$1,307,133$0$3,921,400
    27$5,437,675$1,359,419$0$4,078,256
    28$5,655,182$1,413,796$0$4,241,387
    29$5,881,390$1,470,347$0$4,411,042
    30$6,116,645$1,529,161$0$4,587,484
    Total$110,000,000$27,500,000$0$82,500,000

     

    State:

    Washington

    Drawing Date:  Tue, Nov 12, 2013
    Jackpot:$132,000,000
    Federal Tax:  25%
    State Tax:No state tax on lottery prizes
    Report:Mega Millions annuity payout schedule (30 annual payments)

     

    YearGross PaymentFederal TaxesState TaxesNet Payment
    1$1,986,789$496,697$0$1,490,092
    2$2,086,129$521,532$0$1,564,597
    3$2,190,435$547,609$0$1,642,826
    4$2,299,957$574,989$0$1,724,968
    5$2,414,955$603,739$0$1,811,216
    6$2,535,703$633,926$0$1,901,777
    7$2,662,488$665,622$0$1,996,866
    8$2,795,612$698,903$0$2,096,709
    9$2,935,393$733,848$0$2,201,545
    10$3,082,163$770,541$0$2,311,622
    11$3,236,271$809,068$0$2,427,203
    12$3,398,084$849,521$0$2,548,563
    13$3,567,988$891,997$0$2,675,991
    14$3,746,388$936,597$0$2,809,791
    15$3,933,707$983,427$0$2,950,280
    16$4,130,393$1,032,598$0$3,097,794
    17$4,336,912$1,084,228$0$3,252,684
    18$4,553,758$1,138,439$0$3,415,318
    19$4,781,446$1,195,361$0$3,586,084
    20$5,020,518$1,255,129$0$3,765,388
    21$5,271,544$1,317,886$0$3,953,658
    22$5,535,121$1,383,780$0$4,151,341
    23$5,811,877$1,452,969$0$4,358,908
    24$6,102,471$1,525,618$0$4,576,853
    25$6,407,594$1,601,899$0$4,805,696
    26$6,727,974$1,681,994$0$5,045,981
    27$7,064,373$1,766,093$0$5,298,280
    28$7,417,592$1,854,398$0$5,563,194
    29$7,788,471$1,947,118$0$5,841,353
    30$8,177,895$2,044,474$0$6,133,421
    Total$132,000,000$33,000,000$0$99,000,000

    Winning the lottery was part of Pedro Quezada journey through life. We are not perfect. Can you imagine life without mistakes?

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      Posted: November 14, 2013, 1:03 am - IP Logged

      I knew he was going to blow almost all that money when he come forward to fast without thinking and consulting with finanical team and etc! This is why if i ever win the big one i will go for the 30 year payout and consult with legal team and others.. You will get more if you pick the 30 year payout in either games.. 

       

      State:

      Washington

      Drawing Date:  Wed, Nov 13, 2013
      Jackpot:$110,000,000
      Federal Tax:  25%
      State Tax:No state tax on lottery prizes
      Report:Powerball annuity payout schedule (30 annual payments)

       

      YearGross PaymentFederal TaxesState TaxesNet Payment
      1$1,961,311$490,328$0$1,470,983
      2$2,039,763$509,941$0$1,529,823
      3$2,121,354$530,338$0$1,591,015
      4$2,206,208$551,552$0$1,654,656
      5$2,294,456$573,614$0$1,720,842
      6$2,386,235$596,559$0$1,789,676
      7$2,481,684$620,421$0$1,861,263
      8$2,580,951$645,238$0$1,935,714
      9$2,684,189$671,047$0$2,013,142
      10$2,791,557$697,889$0$2,093,668
      11$2,903,219$725,805$0$2,177,414
      12$3,019,348$754,837$0$2,264,511
      13$3,140,122$785,030$0$2,355,091
      14$3,265,727$816,432$0$2,449,295
      15$3,396,356$849,089$0$2,547,267
      16$3,532,210$883,053$0$2,649,158
      17$3,673,499$918,375$0$2,755,124
      18$3,820,438$955,110$0$2,865,329
      19$3,973,256$993,314$0$2,979,942
      20$4,132,186$1,033,047$0$3,099,140
      21$4,297,474$1,074,368$0$3,223,105
      22$4,469,373$1,117,343$0$3,352,029
      23$4,648,148$1,162,037$0$3,486,111
      24$4,834,073$1,208,518$0$3,625,555
      25$5,027,436$1,256,859$0$3,770,577
      26$5,228,534$1,307,133$0$3,921,400
      27$5,437,675$1,359,419$0$4,078,256
      28$5,655,182$1,413,796$0$4,241,387
      29$5,881,390$1,470,347$0$4,411,042
      30$6,116,645$1,529,161$0$4,587,484
      Total$110,000,000$27,500,000$0$82,500,000

       

      State:

      Washington

      Drawing Date:  Tue, Nov 12, 2013
      Jackpot:$132,000,000
      Federal Tax:  25%
      State Tax:No state tax on lottery prizes
      Report:Mega Millions annuity payout schedule (30 annual payments)

       

      YearGross PaymentFederal TaxesState TaxesNet Payment
      1$1,986,789$496,697$0$1,490,092
      2$2,086,129$521,532$0$1,564,597
      3$2,190,435$547,609$0$1,642,826
      4$2,299,957$574,989$0$1,724,968
      5$2,414,955$603,739$0$1,811,216
      6$2,535,703$633,926$0$1,901,777
      7$2,662,488$665,622$0$1,996,866
      8$2,795,612$698,903$0$2,096,709
      9$2,935,393$733,848$0$2,201,545
      10$3,082,163$770,541$0$2,311,622
      11$3,236,271$809,068$0$2,427,203
      12$3,398,084$849,521$0$2,548,563
      13$3,567,988$891,997$0$2,675,991
      14$3,746,388$936,597$0$2,809,791
      15$3,933,707$983,427$0$2,950,280
      16$4,130,393$1,032,598$0$3,097,794
      17$4,336,912$1,084,228$0$3,252,684
      18$4,553,758$1,138,439$0$3,415,318
      19$4,781,446$1,195,361$0$3,586,084
      20$5,020,518$1,255,129$0$3,765,388
      21$5,271,544$1,317,886$0$3,953,658
      22$5,535,121$1,383,780$0$4,151,341
      23$5,811,877$1,452,969$0$4,358,908
      24$6,102,471$1,525,618$0$4,576,853
      25$6,407,594$1,601,899$0$4,805,696
      26$6,727,974$1,681,994$0$5,045,981
      27$7,064,373$1,766,093$0$5,298,280
      28$7,417,592$1,854,398$0$5,563,194
      29$7,788,471$1,947,118$0$5,841,353
      30$8,177,895$2,044,474$0$6,133,421
      Total$132,000,000$33,000,000$0$99,000,000

      You're completely clueless about Pedro's situation or his prospects, but you've got plenty of company. He reportedly gave away $5 million, but even if he loses half of the after-tax net to his ex it still leaves about $50 million. From the reports we're seeing here, his only big expenditure is $300k for a house. That's an investment, even if it turns out to be a mediocre investment. Anything you see that suggests he's going to blow it all is simply your imagination.

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        Posted: November 14, 2013, 10:27 am - IP Logged

        The Lottery Winners who go broke within 10 years or less . Is letting the Money Control them instead of them Control the Money .

        A fool and his money is soon Parted !

        I Agree!   Green laugh

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          Posted: November 14, 2013, 10:52 am - IP Logged

          A fool and his money

          Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

          For a lead role in a cage?

           

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