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$2 could get you $1.1 billion if
you play the Mega Millions today
by Nathan'ette Burdine: July 29, 2022

Hey there, folks! I know y’all have heard about the $1.1 billion Mega Million prize! It is the second largest prize, in Mega Million history, behind the $1.537 billion prize that was won in South Carolina on October 23, 2018!

You read it right, folks! All you have to do is get $2 and buy a ticket so that you may become the second largest Mega Million winner! Buy a ticket and check your ticket at 11PM ET.

The time to claim a prize varies from 90 days to a year. It really depends upon where you live. So, check your state to see how long you have to forget that you bought that $1.1 billion ticket.

Oh yeah, you can’t win the big $1.1 billion bucks if you live in either Alabama, Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, or Utah. Ahhh, don’t fuss! Don’t fuss! You can still win if you get to one of the other 45 states, D.C., or the Virgin Islands to buy your ticket.

Mind you, now, if you shall so happen to be the lucky number 2 winner of the largest Mega Million jackpot in the history of Mega Millions jackpot, the government sees your winnings as income which means you have to pay taxes on that money.

No worries! No Worries! You’ll still have several hundred millions in your non-Wells Fargo account. Yeah, Wells Fargo sucks! Ha!

The point is that the Mega Millions money is like all money in that it’s taxable! Therefore, go to a respectable tax attorney and see if buying your sister those wall of shoes she likes and your brother that bar in Buenos Aires will be cheaper than getting that tax right off island that will take all of your Mega Millions.

Or, you can just pay the taxes and keep what’s left over and do what you need to do with it!

A lot of money is always taxable!

Good luck!


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