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    Re: Lottery-winning couple in Michigan charged in string of robberies

    How to manage money isn't on the federally required student testing so why would it be taught - just like no one needs to learn civics, about the Constitution and Bill Of Rights, or American history?

    Besides, if you ask the Democratic Party they will explain that you have no need to manage your money anyway. Rather, you should give all your money to the government to manage for you. No one can manage money as well as the government does.
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    Re: Lottery-winning couple in Michigan charged in string of robberies

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    True. Depending on the particular lottery. a $500,000 ticket is worth around $200,000. After taxes maybe $150,000.

    To those who never have seen $150K. It seems like a never ending windfall. So they spend accordingly.
    It'd be over twice that much after taxes.
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    Re: Lottery-winning couple in Michigan charged in string of robberies

    I guess $500,000 wasn't enough for them.

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