Thanks 437 million, Andy!
The winners of the largest New York Lottery jackpot have pulled off the even more historic achievement of collecting their checks anonymously – following the advice of Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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He learned that Cuomo had just vetoed a bill that would have given the lottery winnings incognito ̵
If a person wants to remain anonymous, the law already allows such a scenario, "wrote Cuomo by nixing the law.
" In the last 40 years, people who want to keep their name and information out of the public have created Advisor's collecting their winnings for them. "
The Governor's remark seemed like" an afterthought, "said Jaffe The Post – but they ran with it, and it worked.
" The trigger was Gov. Cuomo's specific statement that you could form an LLC, "he said." Then it goes the language and some story [of other cases] they chose to form LLC. "
The winners claimed their prize as New Life 2019 LLC in January, and the moolah came through last week, he said.  They chose to pay a lump sum of $ 262,213,914 – $ 176,155,308 for state and federal restraint, or about $ 7.7 million per person.
Lottery officials – who prefer to trump their big winners with pictures and giant news controls – were "very. It's not their preference – they are in the PR's business, and they want the picture to hold up the big check," he says.
What Jaffe would reveal about the newly-admitted millionaires is that they all work for a retail in the "Nassau to Western Suffolk" area with fewer than 50 employees who are not a chain or a large store.
The winners are "salt of the earth … working class people," said jaffe, and many plan to keep their jobs.
"Nobody is acting crazy, they get good financial advice. It's a long story of lotto winners going bankrupt. They're scared right over it, he said.
" but no one wants to buy the Yankees. "
A worker at the Brookville Auto Service Shop in Glen Head, where the winning ticket was sold, said it was purchased by a woman in her 60s who has come every Sunday for more than three
"My boss told me I was selling the ticket. And I wait for the day who will win back and tip me. Write it down, my friend, "said Niz Aydrogan, 53.
The store will receive $ 10,000 from the New York Lottery to sell the ticket.