The winning ticket was sold Jan. 20 at the Coney Market in Alleghany County, and news that the winners were locals spread excitement in the small town. Coney Market got $100,000 for selling the jackpot-winning ticket. The winning numbers were 40, 53, 60, 68, 69 and Powerball 22.
Can a lottery winner remain anonymous in Maryland?
Maryland is one of a handful of states where winners can remain anonymous, along with Delaware, Kansas, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina and Wyoming.
How much taxes do you pay on lottery winnings in Maryland?
According to Maryland law, prize winnings of more than $5,000 are subject to withholding for both federal and state income tax purposes. Maryland taxes will be withheld at a rate of 8.75 percent on a resident’s winnings. For a nonresident, the withholding rate is 7.00 percent.
Who won the last mega million?
June 7, 2019 – $522 million ($340.0 million cash) won by Laarni Bibal with a ticket purchased in San Diego, Calif.
Does lottery winnings affect Social Security?
Good news: Lottery winnings aren’t subject to the Social Security earnings test, so your jackpot won’t reduce your benefits. But like other high-income households, you may have to pay bigger Medicare Part B premiums at age 65. The top premium in 2019 will be $460.50 per month.
Can the IRS take your lottery winnings?
When you owe back taxes, the IRS will keep all refunds and apply them toward your unpaid tax balance. … Also at risk are your bank accounts, so if you deposit your lottery winnings in one of them, the IRS has the authority to take every dollar needed to satisfy your back tax debt.
What are the luckiest numbers for lottery?
Luckiest lottery numbers: Powerball, Mega Millions most common picks in 2021
|38 (Drawn 4 times)||42 (Drawn 4 times)|
|44 (Drawn 4 times)||50 (Drawn 4 times)|
|52 (Drawn 4 times)||53 (Drawn 4 times)|
|65 (Drawn 4 times)|