Lottery officials are required to withhold 24 percent of your win, although you can count on owing much more to the IRS. The six original states were joined by newcomers New York and Ohio for this draw. Anyone wishing to play Mega Millions will have to visit a participating jurisdiction to buy a ticket, but they can play.
Why that secret cash payment to your nanny could backfire on your taxes. May 17, 2002 The first official Mega Millions draw.
Mega Millions Past Results: At some point, of course, there will be winners — and the IRS won't waste time taking at least some of the loot.
Fewer people are likely to itemize deductions on their 2018 tax returns, in light of changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Maybe that winning ticket fell from a car visor, ended up in a trash can and is forever buried at the Twin Chimneys Landfill. Your shot at winning both? Reuse this content. First, the bigger jackpot: Maybe the winner is on the run from police and fears a background check?
Gambling news. ET Participating Jurisdictions: Here's why getting exactly zero back from the IRS might be a good thing.
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