We've got a PowerBall winner who just took home the $754.6 million jackpot

What the Sole Winner of Last Night's $754.6 Million Power Ball Jackpot Should Do Today, Most importantly, what not to do and what not to tell anyone

This year's Power Ball lottery jackpot reaches $754.6 million after months without a winner

A jackpot ticket sold in Washington state Monday night matched all six numbers

That's when the Power Ball became the ninth largest US lottery prize ever and the first of the new year to win the fifth largest jackpot in history.

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Advisers say it would tax too much wealth, claiming it would attract grifters and friends and family members

And by being careful, that's the first and most important piece of financial advice possible.

Don't shout your win from the rooftops, says Rob Burnette, financial and investment advisor at Outlook Financial Center in Troy, Ohio.

If You're Lucky Enough To Win The Lottery Keep It Cool Get Organized And Make A Plan, If this is only a possibility, consider going anonymous.

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