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The Sudden Wealth Solution: 12 Principles to Transform Sudden Wealth Into Lasting Wealth Paperback – April 28, 2015
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Sudden Wealth Solution does mention some of the smaller lotteries, but not in the specific way that I need.
We don't play the larger lotteries. We travel to a nearby state that allows you to use a trust, every two and a half months to purchase advance tickets. We play one of those Win for Life lotteries, as well as one of the progressive lotteries that usually don't grow past 5-6 million. We don't want to take a Lump Sum.
There's no mention of attorney fees in the book, so I have no idea if the profit margin is worth it for them, for smaller lottery winners, who want the annual option. We would like maximum privacy if possible, meaning a double Trust. But would an attorney help set that up, if they had to take their fees from a mere 120 grand a year?
These specific questions aren't addressed. And I'm not sure how to approach an attorney with these questions, since we've never won and probably never will. Our purpose is to just be prepared right away, if it ever happened.
Also, all of the advice says to sign the ticket. But should you actually sign it, as opposed to taking a picture with it amid some family witnesses, so that the trustee can sign it, but it would still belong to you?
I read through the lottery chapter, and skimmed through some of the rest, but these questions remain unanswered. - As they have been, for the past year or so.
Even if the book said, "If you have questions, whether or not you have a winning ticket, call this attorney (999)999-9999 for a phone consultation. Their fees are reasonable, and they are always happy to help.", that would at least point us in a hopeful direction.
There's nothing wrong with Sudden Wealth Solution. It obviously answer the most important questions you might have. But it's missing ours.
got to thinking of how I would actually handle sudden wealth like that. I found this book to be full of helpful information for not only when someone wins the lottery, but for wealth from inheritance, business ventures etc. Full of practical information, the book would be beneficial
for anyone lucky to be dealing with sudden wealth from any source. Now armed, all I have to do is win!
(I would've been a better partner had I read Roberts book!)
His book explains the phycological stuff and emotions and feelings that seem so contradictory and confusing to the inherent joy and good in sudden wealth events.
I have sabotaged sudden wealth for myself on occasion. (And sometimes not - thank God!)
This was the map I needed. Do yourself a favor and please read it. It's very empowering!
Roberts insight, understanding and compassion for the human condition is profound.
Reading his book - was like exhaling after holding my breathe for a long long time.
Many many thanks