The money will be returned to participating states if not claimed in time.
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Just when you thought it was safe to be a lottery winner comes the buzzkilling news that many winners, even those in the multimillion dollar range, manage to blow through their windfalls and are back to broke in under seven years.
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While he says he's delighted with the fortuitous incident, others are also happy to hear of his win. Yolanda Vega, right
"I don't have words for it," said the son. "It's just unbelievable and a big relief; like a big weight is off my shoulders
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Michigan authorities are asking for the public's help in locating an 86-year-old Detroit man, who recently won $20,000 in
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The ticket, which has winning code JRG437445, was bought in Ladywood, Birmingham on May 31 this year. One UK ticket holder
Richard Lustig believes there's more to winning the lottery than luck and says his seven wins prove that there is a method to the madness. We talk to him on what he's spent his winnings on and how it affected his life.
One of the best ways to feel in control of the money rather than be controlled by the money is to get very clear on how much you have, where it is, how much income it will produce, and to develop a strategy for responding to loan requests from friends and family.
A central New York maintenance worker duped out of a winning $5 million scratch-off ticket will get his money next month, seven years after being scammed out of the jackpot, state lottery officials said Thursday.
As for this week’s three jackpot winners in Minnesota and New Jersey, they’ll split the prize, each taking home around $58.6
The odds of winning the jackpot were about one in 175 million. If the Minnesota ticket checks out, it would be worth about
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Mackenzie, a resident of Zephyrhills, Fla., had agreed to split the winnings with her son, Scott. Mackenzie released a statement