With the annuity option, annual payments of about $12.5 million would be reduced yearly to about $9.4 million from roughly $3.1 million going to the IRS. Over 30 years, that would mean $282 million for you and $93 million paid in federal taxes.
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On top of that, you face state taxes unless you live in one of a handful of places where lottery wins are tax-free. In states that do take a piece, the range is from a high of 8.82 percent in New York to a low of 2.9 percent in North Dakota.
Your final tax bill to both your state and the IRS could also be much higher, depending on your individual situation.
The $375 million jackpot amount marks the 10th biggest in the game’s history. The largest was $656 million in 2012, when three ticket holders hit the winning numbers.