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Do seniors pay taxes on lottery winnings in PA?

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The winnings are subject to the state's 3.07 percent state personal income tax on top of federal taxes that have always been collected. The Pennsylvania Lottery said it will withhold taxes for winnings over $5,000 and winners of prizes of $600 or more will receive W-2G forms to submit with their taxes.
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