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"For us we believe God has a plan.it's not only life-changing money for me, we want it to be life-changing money for others". "And I wasn't ready to share with her yet, so I told her, 'Absolutely not, mother'".
He says one of his dreams is to restore a 1963 Corvette, but otherwise described his family as humble and said they wanted to help people.
Richard Wahl, who proceeded from MI to just take a job in a food agency market supplier, explained he probably will quit working and utilize his winnings to aid associates and his family. $559.7 million jackpot, Powerball, Jan. 6, 2018 (one ticket, New Hampshire) 9.
'We're not the type that's going to run out and spend all the money, ' he added.
He said he's not regular lottery player, but chose to play after talking to a coworker about how they'd retire if they won. "We'll keep our roots".
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As Wahl checked his ticket during the Mega Millions drawing on March 30, he saw that the first five "easy pick" numbers matched the ones drawn and he was elated. He checked the numbers around midnight and initially thought he had won only $1 million until he realized he had the Mega Ball along with the other numbers.
He said he saw all the cameras and chose to walk out, anxious that he might be recognized since he wasn't ready to come forward yet.
He declined to talk about his family or go into details about where they might go or if they'd move.
Since he selected the cash option over the annuity, Wahl will receive only $324.6 million, which New Jersey Lottery officials estimated will leave him with a net of about $221 million after federal and state taxes.
Daniel Mahler, a certified public accountant with Gisler & Mahler in Bloomingdale, said the victor is going to have to get used to saying, "no".
Wahl plans to hire a financial advisor to help him manage the money. He also plans to take care of his mother, who has been living on a reduced income. Wahl received the fourth largest jackpot in the history of the game.
Mega Millions can be played in 44 U.S. states as well as Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands.