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post #81 of 112 Old January 12th, 2016, 01:56 PM
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51M a year for 29 years, minus taxes at 39.6%.
never trust a fart, never go ass to mouth, and never take the annuity option
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Im going to ask my friends what numbers they bought, and then buy the same numbers, so if they win they lose half to me muahahaha


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Im going to ask my friends what numbers they bought, and then buy the same numbers, so if they win they lose half to me muahahaha
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If I win I am buying a new Camaro, Corvette, SS sedan and a 1967 Camaro SS 396. Then I will swap a SBF in all of them because I want them to be fast and reliable. Then I will buy a new Challenger and LS swap it to be a dick to Mopar guys too. I will also be hosting Saturday night Ford Transit van dirt track races at my ranch that I haven't bought yet. You are invited, punch and pie will be served.

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51M a year for 29 years, minus taxes at 39.6%.
You are retarded if you take the annuity option.



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If I win I would buy 20 acres, build a huge race track in the middle, build a monstrous 100 car garage, and buy all my friends a project car. Then spend all my time building all kinds of cars, and racing against my friends.

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If I win I am buying a new Camaro, Corvette, SS sedan and a 1967 Camaro SS 396. Then I will swap a SBF in all of them because I want them to be fast and reliable. Then I will buy a new Challenger and LS swap it to be a dick to Mopar guys too. I will also be hosting Saturday night Ford Transit van dirt track races at my ranch that I haven't bought yet. You are invited, punch and pie will be served.

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51M a year for 29 years, minus taxes at 39.6%.

No way I'd take the annuity. You are trusting the government to not go broke or find a way to welch on what they owe you.

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You are retarded if you take the annuity option.
As much as 70% of lotto winners go broke after taking a lump sum. Seeing as I have never had millions of dollars, much less a billion, I don't have the knowledge or the resources to properly invest all that money. I will take the annuity payments and live very well off of 51M a year for 29 years.
No giant mansions, no mega yacht and no airplanes needed. I can rent one when I want. Like when I go to the Monaco Grand Prix, I'll fly charter and rent someone's yacht for a week or two while show the upper class my ass!

BTW all MM members are invited to my yet to be purchased "ranch" for the Ford Transit van 200!



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As much as 70% of lotto winners go broke after taking a lump sum. Seeing as I have never had millions of dollars, much less a billion, I don't have the knowledge or the resources to properly invest all that money. I will take the annuity payments and live very well off of 51M a year for 29 years.
No giant mansions, no mega yacht and no airplanes needed. I can rent one when I want. Like when I go to the Monaco Grand Prix, I'll fly charter and rent someone's yacht for a week or two while show the upper class my ass!

BTW all MM members are invited to my yet to be purchased "ranch" for the Ford Transit van 200!
If you take the lump sum, hire a group of financial investors/analysts, you could very easily invest that sum into a portfolio that could net you 7% a year. if the lump sum is $650m after tax, thats $45.50 million a year you would be earning on top of the lump sum. You could live the rest of your life making 45million a year without touching your money.

$650m divided 29 years is only $22.4 mil/yr. Why would you take the payments?


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Socking aways money with the lump sum that you can't readily spend. Netting a gain on interest is just a perk.

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1% interest with 800 mill. IDK. can you live off 8 million a year? gee I'll try.

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If you take the lump sum, hire a group of financial investors/analysts, you could very easily invest that sum into a portfolio that could net you 7% a year. if the lump sum is $650m after tax, thats $45.50 million a year you would be earning on top of the lump sum. You could live the rest of your life making 45million a year without touching your money.

$650m divided 29 years is only $22.4 mil/yr. Why would you take the payments?
It is 1.4B over 29 years. You only get taxed once if you take the lump sum. So it's $1.4B - (lump sum deduction) x 39.6% = take home total.

If you take the $1.4B over 29 years, you would be taxed at 39.6% (current highest tax bracket) of $48,275,862.07 ($51M if the jackpot is $1.5B) annually. The annual tax bill is $19,117,241.38, leaving you with $29,158,620.69. So, for 30 years you will receive close to what Clayton Kershaw earns before taxes. After taxes, over 29 years that equates to $845,600,000.01.

If you take the lump sum of $1.4B, you will get an estimated $868,000,000,000,000.00 before taxes, after taxes (39.6%) $524,272,000,000,000.00. Half a B sounds pretty nice and I wouldn't complain.

But once again, I'm no financial expert, so I'll take the annuity to annoy the shit out of everyone.



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