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The winners of the largest-ever New York Lottery jackpot have pulled off the even more historic feat of collecting their checks anonymously — by following the advice of Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The group of 23 Long Island coworkers scored the Mega Millions’ eye-watering New Year’s Day jackpot of $437 million, lottery officials revealed Tuesday.
The article goes on to state the following:
But like so many winners before them, the lucky Long Islanders didn’t want their names out there for vultures, and hired local attorney Eric Jaffe to help them out.
He learned that Cuomo had just vetoed a bill that would have let lottery winners stay incognito — but had also mentioned a loophole.
The report states that Cuomo said, “For the past 40 years, individuals wishing to keep their name and information out of the public view have created LLCs to collect their winnings for them.” They took his advice, and it worked. CLICK THE LINK BELOW to read more of this report.
— New York Post (@nypost) February 20, 2019
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