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Jan 12, 2016 ... The lottery only withholds 25% of Powerball jackpot winnings, but when state and
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When you buy a lottery ticket, you're not the only one that hopes you win. If you hit
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Depending on your other income and the amount of your winnings, your federal
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Powerball lottery jackpot analysis shows the amount a grand prize winner would
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time, for a total of 39.6 percent–the maximum individual tax rate.