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JUST FOR SUNDAY: 12/9/12

Dec 9th, 2012 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Let’s assume you won it. Let’s assume you bought that one lottery ticket that carried with it multi-millions in winning. Let’s assume you aren’t impoverished, but living comfortably in retirement. Let’s assume you are not overcome by sudden wealth. Let’s assume you have family, all of whom are comfortably fixed. Let’s assume your health is reasonably good. Let’s assume you aren’t burdened by debt. Let’s assume you are, by nature, generous and caring.

What would you do if you won multi-millions, with all these assumptions in place, and how would you manage those millions in behalf of your own future?

How would you choose to distribute that great wealth? Who would you consider, as you decided upon your own means for being sure others were remembered? Or would you?

What would be the considerations you would take into account as you determined just how you would spread