11 January 2016

Irregular Contribution To Education

The special tax on people who cannot do math is $2.  I paid it twice.

$4 against over a billion annuity isn't a bad risk, actually.

The lump sum payout on the estimated $1,400,000,000 is $868,000,000.

That easily pegs the max tax rate, so your take-home is $564,200,000.

I think I can squeak by on that for a year or two.  It'd be rough.

Obviously, we're not quitting our day jobs until the number is drawn and we're simultaneously struck by lightning, and bit by a shark while being swept up in a sharkanado.

Plus I really want to win so I can claim I personally paid for almost four F-35s!

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