I would allocate the funds over forty years and only give myself access to that portion each year. Then with that yearly portion, I would invest some for my retirement in a conservative growth mutual fund. With the remaining, I would start a nonprofit organization that helped poorer families pay for higher education.
Depends on the amount _ I have won $1 quite often and had no problem spending it:-) I am assuming you mean really won a big amount - then I would pay off my mortgage, pay for my mum's retirement living. I would then divide the payout into investment income and create a trust for families. The capital would always be invested and the income would provide loans and grants for deposits for families to purchase their own homes who are not otherwise able to afford to do this.
by Max Dalton5 years ago
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by Nicole3 years ago
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