Lorain Man Wins $10,000 on Taxes Paid Scratch-Off

LORAIN, OHIO – Sigelfredo Cuevas of Lorain won $10,000 scratching the Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off, $500,000 Taxes Paid.

After mandatory state and federal taxes totaling 28 percent, Sigelfredo will receive $7,200.

Sigelfredo purchased his winning ticket at Roman’s Groceries, located at 2957 Pearl Ave. in Lorain.

$500,000 Taxes Paid is a $10 scratch-off with a top prize of $500,000 after taxes. As of September 13, 2021, there is one top prize remaining in the game. To learn more about $500,000 Taxes Paid and the entire lineup of Ohio Lottery Scratch-Offs, click here.

The Ohio Lottery has contributed more than $27 billion to education since 1974.

The post Lorain Man Wins $10,000 on Taxes Paid Scratch-Off appeared first on Shore News Network.