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I you won the lottrey of 40 million dollars would you share with your siblings
No, but I would make certain the were taken care of to the best of my abilities. I'd miss them all so very much because I'd be traveling everywhere and just woulnd't have time for them anymore...
But who am I kidding
First, I'd keep my winning a secret.
And then, yes, I would share with family, but anonymously so they would never know where it came from.
I would take care of them and make sure they were comfortable. There are also quite a few other's I would take care of as well. The I would start a charity that would pay for funerals for people who couldn't afford them.
I would invest all of the money and then give them the returns each month for the rest of their lives, helping them and still retaining the principal.
No , she already hit the jackpot with a nice government pension.
In today's world of society, there is competition between brothers and sisters and sharing of prized money with your siblings will be 'yes' for someone depending upon the relation carrying with siblings and 'no' for those who are very practical and wise.
I do not have any siblings, but I do have some very close friends who I would make sure were taken care of if I ever won it really big. Not even a second thought about it.
Forty million dollars is more than I need. I could see myself clear to give them a couple thousand each. jael
Yes. Even though my sister doesn't speak to me, if I won 40 million dollars, I'd give her at least a million (mostly via trust funds for my 3 little nephews). I can't imagine needing 40 million dollars... I bet I could give a million to my sister, a half million to each of my parents, a couple million to charities I like, a million anonymously to friends or bums on the street or whoever, and still manage to eek out the rest of my days with the 35 million still remaining in my possession. It would be difficult (having given so much away and all) but I would try). Hahahaha!
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