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Billionaire lotto winner
41 year old Idaho man Brad Duke won 220 million on a Powerball draw back in 2005.
On Tuesday evening (local time) the lottery will be drawn and if there are again no winners the jackpot will increase to a whopping US2 billion (NZ3 billion).You hit this wall of ignorance and decide to either let the bank manager who tries to hold you hostage as you deposit your ginormous check bring in the bank brokerage team.For 300 Danes who believed they had won enough money to last them several lifetimes were brought crashing back down to Earth minutes later when they discovered their actual prize was not even enough for a weekend break.18,000 was used to pay-off his long standing student-loan.Were typically 200, 300 or 400 krones (about 22 to 44).'.Source: CNN, related Posts.
Thomas Rorsig, spokesman for Danske Spil, said: 'All won prizes but not billions of crowns.
Most accepted the news, but some became 'very angry'.
Spending His Winnings, after reviewing the advice from his financial team and after some careful consideration Brad decided to spend his money in the following ways: 45 million was used for safe, low-risk investments that gave a low but steady return without any glamour bet poker risk.Which conservatively.5.5 million each.They believe it was the lack of money that made them unhappy that if they simply had more dollar bills they would be happy.However, real win was between 22 and.They figure if they can do something thats akin to Step 1, go to a job and get a check-theyre creating money when theyre really just trading time/effort for money, not creating.You mistakenly believe money is cash.You retire your parents in their 40s or their 50s or even their 60sof course thanks to modern technology, they now live 3050 years longer.Then you buy things, thinking things are assets because you havent studied finance.You buy say 10 million dollars worth of houses and cars and clothes and jewels and the sales people love you, because you paid twice as much as what everything was worth, just because thats what the price tag said!Youd have to provide about 1520 million and then everyone would have to never go above an average of 30-40 k a year to make that astronomical sum d we all know even your momma doesnt know what money is so theres the whole twinkie.He decided to play those 15 numbers.So you assume that is everyones problem and you try to solve this nonexistent or misguided issue in other peoples lives.Crashing back down to Earth: Most of the winners took the news on the chin, but some were 'very angry'.
You actually just handed out 5 million in commissions.
State lottery firm Danske Spil shattered the dreams of the 302 winners by email an hour-and-a-half later.