Western New York Woman The Latest Massive Lottery Winner
There has to be no better feeling than winning a massive lottery jackpot.
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You know that you should be set for life when it comes to money and if you play your cards right, your kids and grandkids could also be all set for life when it comes to money.
One woman in New York will know that feeling now as she was a "CASH 4 LIFE" grand prize winner. Basically, she will get $1000 a day for the rest of her life. The prize pays out a minimum of at least $7 million dollars. Not a bad grand prize.
The New York State Lottery announced that the winner of the June 30th drawing finally came forward to collect her prize. Lottery winners have one year to claim their winnings.
Sue Wilson of Lewiston was the grand prize winner and she decided to take her winning a one lump sum payment, which means after taxes, she will take home just over $4.5 million dollars.
The New York State Lottery said that the winning lottery ticket was sold at Tops Markets located at Niagara Falls Boulevard in Niagara Falls, New York.
Wilson's lump-sum payment is basically the same as if she would take home $1000 a day for the next 20 years. "CASH4LIFE" pays $365,000 a year for the remainder of your life of like Wilson, you can take a lump sum payment of 7 million dollars.
Western New York has been a hotbed of lottery winners over the past couple of months. There have been some big winners with Take 5 in Amherst and in Buffalo.