By now, you have probably seen or heard of the Texas Lottery.
The state’s lottery company is owned by the Dallas Cowboys and it has been a major success story for the city, as well as for the state.
But now, there is a big problem.
According to the Associated Press, the lottery will be shutting down next month, leaving one lucky winner with a $200 million jackpot.
That means, according to the AP, that this lucky winner will have to pay out $4 million in lottery revenue in order to make a decent living.
The AP also reports that the money will be donated to charity.
In other words, this lucky lottery winner is going to have to take a huge hit in lottery revenues to make ends meet.
The Dallas Morning News reports that, according the AP: The winner of a lottery in Dallas will have $200,000 to live on after losing everything except the ticket.
The winner will also have to pick up $4.5 million of taxes.
The lottery will pay for the costs of the police and fire departments.
And, of course, this lottery winner won’t have to give up anything.
The Dallas Morning Times reports that he’ll be able to cash out a total of $2.5 billion.
According the AP article, the winners will be able collect $4,000 in back taxes, $1.5 in municipal taxes, and $500 in personal income taxes, which will go toward paying the police department.
The money will also go toward other programs.
In total, this one lucky person will be on the hook for $2,700,000.
He will also be forced to cough up another $2 million in taxes.
That is a lot of money, and, while it is not the biggest amount of money you will ever see in your life, it is definitely a significant sum.
That said, the money should not be taken for the personal use.
That is because, the AP reports, the funds will be used to pay for school construction and other government services.
It is also worth noting that, although the lottery company says it will be closing the state’s largest and most popular lottery in 2017, it will still continue to operate the statewide lottery, which is still popular and profitable.
That means, at least until the lottery is officially closed in 2018.