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If I were Filthy Rich
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+23 Help my own life and others

I would not tell anyone while I figured out what to do with it all. I would only give money to those in need. I would make contracts to make sure it went towards things like debt, dentistry, driving lessons, medical bills etc. I would not say how much I got, so that people don't hound me....

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+54 If I won the Euromillions Jackpot, I'd finally own a property in London

I have an informal agreement that I would split a jackpot 8 ways between myself and my family, so the only way to end up as a millionaire in a way that could afford property and a lavish lifestyle would be to win the EuroMillions jackpot (after several rollovers) Let's say I won £80 million ...

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+50 My own renaissance festival

with a castle at one end that I will live in as the mysterious Lord of the Manor, who sneaks out to mingle with the commoners.

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+23 movie producer

I would love to bring a story from the pages of a book, play or script to life in a movie. I always thought that would be so fun

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+16 Does anybody know what it would cost if I bought my dream house? Or a helpful subreddit?

If I win the lottery, I wanna live in 2 countries. My home country where I wanna live in a regular family home in my home town. Nothing fancy. And own 1 cool daily driver car (Audi RS3/RS5 Sportback) and 1 car to play with on track days and do race courses in (BMW M2/M3/M4). I already calculated ...

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+24 Crushed dreams, recalibration

Someone won the 600mil Powerball and the jackpot is reset to 20mil (14.2 cash option), and now I have to recalibrate how to spend that if I won, and I have to say, that extra 0 makes all the difference. Such a tiny looking thing changed my plan from giving family enough to live on for the rest...

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+27 My list.

If I won the lottery, assuming enough to never have to work again, I would... ...put my house in order, discarding things I do not need or do not want, do not “spark joy,” knowing that I would not have to conserve energy to go to work the next day, or postpone projects out of sheer exhaustion. ...

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+12 I will help my mom and dad only

I will return to them what they gave to me and give them gifts and I will use the rest to spoil myself

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+14 I’d change my name and keep going to school.

I’m nonbinary and I’ve wanted to change my name for years along with my gender marker. Issue is that it would be a lot of cash. I live in a place I’d have to publish my name, so I’d wait until I have the money, change my name and drastically change my appearance. Hair dye, new clothes. I mean f...

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+57 I would adopt a child

I've always wanted to have children. I'm 27 and single and don't like the idea of getting married anytime soon. Regardless, I'd love to adopt one or two kids. Preferably from Mexico because I'm Mexican-American. I don't have the income right now to do it, but if I did I wo...

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+31 help finding post about which states remain anonymous.

Hello, someone did an in-depth post about which states you can remain anonymous, which ones you can claim anonymously thru trust, and which you need to be public. essentially going thru the law in every state. does anyone know where i can find that post or that info?

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+25 Anyone else do this?

When I buy a ticket I promise to do SOMETHING with the money for the greater good of society. If I don't win, I figure I wasn't meant to do that thing. My latest was: If I win, I will dedicated X amount to sabotaging any chocolate manufacturer who uses slave labor. I will hire accountant...

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+51 If I won Powerball or Mega Millions

I would want to buy or build a large Victorian home with 3-4 beds & 3+ baths on a decent size piece of land. After living through the pandemic I realized I would want to have a large home full of things for entertainment & hobbies. That being said I would want the follow things: - a l...

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+52 Anyone would live frugal if they won big ?

Some of these lotto winners go crazy and lose it all. Why do very few not just live comfortably and be happy to be out of the 9-5 lifestyle. Modest house, modest cars 1-2 30-40k, pay of debt, invest in ETFs, dividend stocks, savings and get a few pets.

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+82 Powerball hit 333 mil this morning. What are you getting with the jackpot?

So, yes, of course you're getting layers, financial team, etc., and you're getting your dream house and your future is secure financially for generations. You have, let's say, 100 mil left after giving to charity, family and friends, and all that. What are you getting yourself? Wha...

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+36 How many friends, if any, would you give money to or offer other support to?

Would you give them money directly? All at once or released in stages? Would you perhaps instead offer to pay their rent/mortgage/bills, wholly or in part? Or maybe just pay for occasional splurges like vacations, fancy restaurants, etc? This is assuming you won it really big - a solid eight fig...

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+37 Trust is key to our lottery success

Foreword: I have been lurking here for a long while and love most of the posts on here and they have helped me in my lottery planning. And of course the obligatory link did the epic planning post: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/24vo34/whats_the_happiest_5word_sentence_you_could_hear/...

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+11 Worst part about winning lottery (or generally having lots of money)

I know having big money and spending it its fun, but there's one part that become completely different when you're rich - relationships. Because really, if you have 100+ million dollars (or even half of this) you will become pretty attractive person and ton of girls would like spending ti...

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+54 Lying To Your Family and Friends

If I hit the Powerball, the last thing I'd do is tell ANYONE. I have a small circle, and I'm very close to my family. I'd setup a trust to help them all out. But I don't want anyone to know how much I won. What is a good lie to tell friends/family to explain my new found wealth? ...

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+11 So you hit the smaller jackpot...

So you didn't hit the massive jackpot but the starter jackpot (now a sad $20 million vs the typical $40 million)... what do you do with it? Slap it in a bank and live the best you can? Still take a chance and invest? Me personally I would probably just bank it and live a good life. Would have...

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+43 I would buy a whole block of houses

Then connect them through the backyard with a hallway or whatever. Making it a mega block house. Not a big piece of land with a big mansion, but like… a whole block of houses on normal sized lots. It will be one “house” with each house as a room, and the front of them would just look like normal ...

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+74 Big tips everywhere I go. . .

Oh, you helped me out with my groceries? Here's a 50. That's the best $20 carwash I've had. Here's $100. My nails look fabulous! Here's a handful of 20s. Except I wouldn't announce how much it was, just hand it to them. Lol

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+56 I would invest heavily into unknown authors, musicians, social media brands

Lets say I win 200 million lump sum after taxes. I’ll set 5 mil in cash aside for “post winning expenses” such as paying off all my debts, buying a 500kish home, setting up parents and in laws retirement, a vacation, and my new huge lawyer/firm fees. I set aside 15 mil to kick start projects, I...

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+37 If I won the lottery

I would keep my identify hidden from public if I won the lottery, I would take the lump sum if it was a life changing amount and give to charities that I have a personal connection with. Depending on the jackpot or rolldown, the ultimate want/need of mine is a permanent new eco friendly net 0 h...

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+66 I would start a nonprofit so people could get experience in the jobs that always seem to require it.

Like I have a Bachelor's in Sociology. One job you can get with that is Human Resources. But they always require experience. Even the last one I put in for prefers at least on year of experience.

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