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Ind. Gov't. - Ticket bought in Tippecanoe County won the $435.3 million Powerball jackpot - local tax implications

Supplementing the earlier ILB posts re "Should Hoosiers be allowed to claim lottery winnings anonymously?", Jillian Ellison has this interesting story today in the Lafayette Journal-Courier. Some quotes:LAFAYETTE, Ind. — When an anonymous winner from Tippecanoe County won the $435.3...

Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on March 15, 2017 09:23 AM

Ind. Gov't. - Still more on "Should Hoosiers be allowed to claim lottery winnings anonymously?"

Updating this ILB post from July 29, 2016, Will Higgins of the Indianapolis Star reported on Nov. 18th under the headline "Lilly retiree wins Lotto millions, quietly" - the story begins:For the second time in four months, an overnight millionaire...

Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on November 21, 2016 02:55 PM

Ind. Gov't. - More on "Should Hoosiers be allowed to claim lottery winnings anonymously?"

That was the heading to this March 22nd ILB post, based on a story in the Kokomo Tribune. Although readers agreed that winners should have the right to remain annonymous (eg " I can't imagine the danger I would be...

Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on July 29, 2016 11:23 AM

Ind. Gov't. - "Should Hoosiers be allowed to claim lottery winnings anonymously?"

That was the heading of a Kokomo Tribune article by Rob Burgess, published Jan. 24th. It began:In only five states are lottery winners allowed to claim their winnings anonymously, no questions asked: Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, North Dakota and Ohio. Indiana,...

Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on March 22, 2016 10:34 AM