Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by Jon, Mar 28, 2012.
I agree, but it’s not as fun
That's one big-ass piggy bank.....
This is nice.
Usually we read about people who won tons of money and blew it all and are now homeless or dead or something. These people seem to have had it together from the very start:
Arthur said the family hired lawyers and took time before coming forward to get educated on how best to handle the windfall.
New Jersey's largest Powerball jackpot winners spent the money on church, donations, mortgages | Daily Mail Online
That what I've heard you should do.
If you win the massive lotto, you're supposed to hire a lawyer and financial advisor before you even claim the money.
They are supposed to help you set everything up so that you pay less taxes up front, and get the money into safe, high return investments.
For a fee. I'm sure they'll require a percentage
Sure they get a cut. Nobody gets anything for free. If you get that kind of money and want to keep it, you have to give it to someone to manage for you.
Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots total $968 million
Lottery is for the Proles.
Mega Millions jumps to $868 million, second-largest jackpot in US history
I have to go to work today.
Get the homeless guy go to work for yea.
I don't have that kind of money......
Powerball jackpot grows to $430M; Mega Millions' $900M lottery drawing set for Friday
That's a lot of money
That's a lot of people who will be disappointed.
Except for one maybe two people who will win it. But I'll spend my $1 or $2 whatever the fee is to play on a tasty apple
Good, now that Onion guy will have an extra 100 million to spend