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July 06, 2018


Hi, Larry. If you choose the annuity option, it is not a set amount each year that you would receive. That is because the annual prize payment increases over time to account for factors like inflation. The prize payments increase 5 percent each year until the 30th and final payment.

If I win $300m and take the 30 year annuity how much will each year payment be approximately after taxes?

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