what is the federal tax on a $1000 lottery ticket?

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Answered: What year a scratch off ticket is

If it's a loser it really doesn't matter. If it's a winner, it's good for a year. When you cash it in, it will either pay off or it will be rejected because it's too old.

Answered: How to claim a winning lottery ticket without a ticket

If you lost your ticket you can't claim the jackpot prize. For next time for buying your ticket you take care of it and keep in the safe place where you can found it easily.

Answered: Why is it so hard to find what the lottery payouts are. All they give you

For scratch tickets, most states post the odds and % of payout on their lottery websites. With games like Lotto , Powerball and even the daily numbers game the payouts are directly tied to how many people play, how much money was bet and how many people played that particular number. That's why when ...

Answered: I filed my 2010 Federal Income tax last year, but ...

You don't need to know your federal refund - it doesn't go on the return. You may be able to find your state refund on your state's income tax dept website. You are looking for Form 1099G. NYS no longer mails them, but you can pull it up online.

Answered: No tickets can be bought for the United States?

Where is this lottery? And do you have a family member that could buy you a ticket or a friend? But if you can't buy a ticket here in the United States. I don't know then.
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