United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Call +1(855) 205-4069 American Airlines First Class Upgrade
  2. 2 How to choose best web design company.
  3. 3 Dollar to Euro Exchange
  4. 4 Which National Park summer 2018 with kids
  5. 5 First Time to Seattle-Portland-Willamette Valley
  6. 6 Looking to move from North Carolina to Colorado
  7. 7 Yellowstone National Park in 5 days - NEED HELP
  8. 8 Ridiculous Pacific Northwest Road Trip
  9. 9 Total Eclipse of the Sun visible in USA - plan ahead for August 21, 2017
  10. 10 Restaurant recommendations in falmouth/mashpee, ma area
  11. 11 Dallas airport to bush library
  12. 12 Ideas needed for fall road trip Boston - Montreal
  13. 13 Going from Friday Harbor, San Juan Island to Lake Crescent
  14. 14 Trip Report Northern California Gardens.
  15. 15 Trip Report The Lincoln Highway, abridged: Nikki's road trip
  16. 16 Charleston Itinerary Feedback Please
  17. 17 Driving through Chicago area to Wisconsin
  18. 18 Trip Report Trip Report - Quick Trip to Hyannis - August 2017
  19. 19 Self parking hotel in Philly
  20. 20 Badlands - Mt. Rushmore -- central place to stay for a few days?
  21. 21 Arches or Zion?
  22. 22 Restaurant Recommendations for Queens/Brooklyn/Williamsburgl
  23. 23 (Healing?) Retreat in Sedona, Az?
  24. 24 Trip Report Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park - Hawaii
  25. 25 wyoming, south dakota trip
View next 25 » Back to the top

Stupid question about casino winnings...

Jump to last reply

I just had a really random question about gambling.
Let's say you go to a casino and blow 5000.00. On your last pull you hit the jackpot and win 5000.00.
You are even. Yay!
Do you have to pay tax on that 5000.00?
Is it possible for a casino to sell you a credit (or maybe there is another term) and under this scenario you would NOT be winning, but even and owe no taxes?
It's probably obvious that I have never gambled, nor do I plan to... but I am still curious.
:)

29 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement