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Kristin 1 week ago
Never tell anyone should you win big in the lottery.
In this particular situation, they now know who they're dealing with and it's good there's no more contact.
       
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Rox 1 week ago
Kristin,

He said it is publicly announced who won the lottery.
       
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Midge 1 week ago
wonder how those investments are going lol nobody pays rent anymore. and he had 600k in mortgage, cars and student loans? they were already making poor decisions.
       
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Lorry 1 week ago
Midge,
Yeah, sounds like he's real bad with money, what with making payments on debt and all. Paying off his mortgage sounds like a real boneheaded choice too. Putting the bulk of the money into conservative investments sounds like a poor decision as well. Average home prices in my area are near $1M, so having a mortgage that doesn't require PMI payments also sounds like a poor decision. You're right, that guy that works in finance sounds like he's real bad with money.
       
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Hermione 1 week ago
He should have bought 1 lottery ticket for all the idiots that complained and 5 for those that didn't.
       
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Sher 1 week ago
in NH you can except lottery winnings "anonymously" and the state has no income tax so all you'd pay is federal and the lump sum penalty
       
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Mantha 1 week ago
First thing I’d do is
       
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