Investing Not High on Lottery Winning List

August 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2002, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p26
Academic Journal
This article reports on how U.S. citizens will use the money they won on a lottery, according to a poll conducted by Opinion Research Corp. Only 19 percent of the people surveyed would save or invest their winnings. Others decided to use the money to pay off debts. Some would share money with family and friends. Others would go on vacation.


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