What are taxes on winning PCH $260,000.00?

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You don't get it.

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Probably. If PCH contests weren't legit, they would have been exposed by now. However, like most lotteries, your odds of winning aren't very good.

Answered: What are taxes on 229,000,000.00?

That depends. Are those millions an inheritance? There are estate taxes if it's over $5 million. Is that yearly income? If it's salary, bonus, speaking fees or endorsements the top tax rate is 39.6% plus state tax. If it's capital gain the top rate for 2013 is 20% plus state tax. Investment ...

Answered: What is excise tax and regressive tax?

An excise tax is a charge on some goods - such as oil. Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax . They are considered regressive as they are usually levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that ...

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Are you asking if it's real? It is. They could not advertise it if it was a scam. They've been around for years so if it wasn't legit, they'd be gone.

Answered: What is the answer to 150,000,000 divided by 11.210

Just in case you want a few more decimal places- 13380909.901873327386262265834077
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'what is 6.75% of $145.00'?

$145.00 * 6.75/100 = $ 9.79 (rounded from 9.7875)

What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank

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No, you just have to ask a comprehensible question to be an automatic winner.

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A Business Tax Attorney is a person who is granted the authority to act in place of another. A Business Tax Attorney will act for your behalf to the government in communicating your business tax details.