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How to I pay less taxes on a million dollar cash prize from PCH?

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In the United States, lottery winnings are taxable and must appear on your income taxes. The highest tax rate in the US is 35% federally, and varies by state (although say 3% on average) You'd pay about $350,000 a year in income taxes on your million
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