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Louisiana lottery winners can use it as a way to keep their taxes low

Louisiana lottery winners can use it as a way to keep their taxes low

3 digits lottery winner Louisiana lottery winners could use it to keep taxes low, as the Louisiana Department of Revenue has approved a plan that would allow them to keep paying property taxes for as long as they have the right to do so.

Under the plan, Louisiana residents would still pay property taxes, but their taxes would be deducted when they register to vote or apply for any job training.

The lottery would still allow for a 10 percent surcharge for lottery winners.

As the Associated Press previously reported, Louisiana’s governor, John Bel Edwards, has also asked the secretary of state’s office to review how to apply the lottery to those who receive a refund of $200,000 to $250,000 from the state.

While Louisiana’s lottery is not the only state that allows for a personal tax deduction, there are some restrictions on how much tax can be deducted.

For example, lottery winners who are eligible for the tax deduction but are ineligible for the refund must submit their return to the lottery on or before the last day of the month in which they are eligible.

Those who are ineligible are eligible to get the tax break but must pay property tax for at least five years.