The money the Arizona Lottery gives back – estimated to surpass $220 million in FY20 – goes to 18 worthy programs that would otherwise rely on tax dollars, including: building higher education infrastructure through the Arizona Board of Regents; protecting children from cyber-predators through Internet Crimes Against …
Who owns the Arizona Lottery?
The Arizona Lottery is a state agency of Arizona in the southwest United States. It is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). Draw games include Mega Millions, Powerball, The Pick, Fantasy 5, Pick 3, and Triple Twist. A variety of instant scratch tickets, or Scratchers, are also offered.
How much taxes are taken out in Arizona Lottery?
Arizona Lottery Taxes
In Arizona, the Lottery is required by law to withhold 24% for federal taxes and 4.8% for state income taxes for United States citizens or resident aliens. For non-resident aliens, the current withholding tax is 30% federal and 6% state.
How old do you have to be to play lottery in AZ?
What is the legal age to purchase and redeem Arizona Lottery tickets? You must be 21 years, or older, to purchase or redeem tickets.