What happens if I lose a winning DC-4 ticket?
The DC Lottery is not responsible for stolen, lost, or tampered tickets. You as an aware player should sign the back of your ticket or take necessary measures to safeguard it. If your lottery ticket is not signed, anyone in possession of it may file a claim.
Are DC-4 lottery tickets taxable?
The DC Lottery winnings are subjected to Federal, State, and Local income taxes. DC Lottery winnings of $600 or more are reported to the Internal Revenue Service in accordance with Federal regulations and also to the District Office of Tax and Revenue in accordance with District regulations.
Can I buy DC-4 Lottery tickets in advance?
Yes, you can purchase DC-4 lottery tickets for up to seven consecutive days in advance for DC-4 midday and evening drawings.
Can more than one person share a DC-4 winning amount?
Prizes won on a single DC-4 Lottery ticket are paid to a single identity. This single identity may be one individual or legal organization. However, if there is more than one winner to the jackpot, the winners share the prize equally.
Can the winners for DC-4 remain anonymous?
According to the rules and regulations of the District of Columbia, specific information about the lottery winner is a public record.