Lottery Results 28 March 2023: In this post, you will get the latest lottery results for all lotto games. Bookmark this page to see all lottery results including, Mega Millions, PowerBall, Lotto Texas, Texas Two Step, Pick 3, All or Nothing, Daily 4, Cash Five.
Lottery Results 28 March 2023
Below are the 28 March 2023 lottery results for All Lotto Texas.
Frequently Asked questions about Lottery Results:
Below are some common questions asked about lottery results today.
How and where do I claim my lottery results prize?
You can find out the simple steps on how to claim your prize here.
Where does the money go?
You can find all the Supporting Education and Veterans page here.
How to make an Open Records request?
You can find all required information on making an open records request here.
How to contact the Texas Lottery Commission?
You can find our agency directory here.
How to get a job with the Texas Lottery Commission?
You can find our current opportunities here.
How can I get drawing results?
The easiest way is right here on their portal.
The daily lottery results of the most recent drawings appear on the homepage of the portal. You can also get results from previous drawings as well. Lottery Results can also obtained from any Texas Lottery retailer.
What should I do when I purchase my lottery tickets?
Check your lottery ticket(s) upon receipt to ensure they correct and are the ticket(s) you intended to purchase.
Sign Your Ticket upon receipt.
Can I buy tickets from outside Texas by mail, phone, or on the Internet?
Remember, State laws and regulations do not permit the sale of lottery tickets by mail, phone, or Internet. Also, federal laws and regulations may restrict such sales.
You must buy your lottery tickets from a licensed retailer here in Texas.
Can I use a credit card to pay for lottery tickets? What about a check?
The State Lottery Act prohibits purchase of tickets by credit (card) or with Food Stamps. Retailers, at their own discretion, may accept a check for tickets.
Lottery Retailers can accept a debit card for payment.
How long is a winning ticket valid?
Draw Games such as Lotto Texas, Mega Millions, Pick 3, Daily 4, Powerball, Cash Five, Texas Two Step and All or Nothing) winning tickets are valid for 180 days from the date of the drawing.
Scratch tickets valid for 180 -days from the close date of the game set by the Texas Lottery.
How much of a prize taken out for taxes?
U.S. Citizens / Residents
For U.S. citizens, – the Federal Government requires the Texas Lottery Commission to report the following lottery winnings to the IRS:
- $600 or more in winnings when the payout is at least 300 times the amount of the per board wager,
- The lottery winnings are subject to federal income tax withholding -winnings greater than $5,000.00.
- The tax withholding rate is 24% for lottery winnings, less the wager, for prizes greater than $5,000.
- An example of the calculation used to determine whether a lottery prize winning exceeds the threshold for required withholding is detailed below:
- Prize withholdings are calculated on the total amount of gross proceeds (the amount of winnings minus the amount wagered).
- For example, if you purchase a $50.00 ticket that has a prize of $5,007.00, taxes would not be automatically withheld because the gross proceeds are less than $5,000, ($5,007.00 – $50.00 = $4,957.00).
- However, for a $50.00 ticket with a prize of $5,100.00, taxes will be automatically withheld because the gross proceeds exceed $5,000, ($5,100.00 – $50.00 = $5,050.00).
Because the amount of taxes owed by an individual is different for each individual winner, the winner should consult a legal or financial tax expert to determine his or her tax liability.
Any individual who is not a citizen or resident of the United States (USA) is a nonresident alien individual. The tax withholding rate for a nonresident alien is 30 percent on prizes of $600 or more.
However, the IRS considers an alien individual meeting either the Green Card test or the Substantial Presence test for the calendar year, to be a resident alien for tax purposes. If considered to be a resident alien by the IRS for tax purposes, the Texas Lottery Commission will use the same reporting and withholding requirements as a U.S. citizen. For further information, see IRS Publication 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens.