It takes up to 120 days to get your winnings.
They are not paid right away and must wait until after the program has aired
He was never tied. The next person has way less Jeopardy winnings
Yes they keep there winnings, but only the First place player's winnings are the cash for the Jeopardy total score. The second and third place winnings are prizes of 1,000 and 2,000 dollars
Generally, contestants will have to wait 90-120 days to receive their winnings. However, the amount of time can vary, and is only an estimate.
No but they are given consolation prizes
Opening the vault
Only the winner gets to keep the amount that he wins.
Age would not have any affect on the requirement that taxes be withheld from your lottery winnings as long as you are still living.
There is a delay and they are not given right away.
1$ and then there was the show that had no winner and all 3 tied
No, the second place contestant gets $2,000 and the third place contestant gets $1,000. Though, in the Art Fleming version of the show, all contestants kept their winnings regardless of outcome.
no Second place gets 2000 dollars and third 1000 dollars
Do you mean the gambling site or the TV show
Watson did not take any longer than the contestants
Jesse Cuevas, originally from Kansas, won for the 2nd day, adding $27,600 to his winnings.
IRS takes away 60% of all Winnings.
In the UK there is no tax to pay on lottery winnings, although the govenment do take tax before the prize fund before any winnings are paid.
The winner keeps the winnings and comes back to play again. Second place pays $2000 and third $1000
The State will not take your brother's lottery winnings, or the personal property he gives you from those winnings.
Only the player who wins keeps their winnings. The second place contestant gets $2,000, and the third place contestant gets $1,000. On the Art Fleming versions, all players kept their winnings regardless of outcome, which was changed on the current version of the show to only the first place contestant doing so.
Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey (whose 8-day cash winnings total $202,100)
Eureka Nutt, a paralegal from Canoga Park, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,801)
When you watch the show they show you what they get. Wheel of Fortune is not Jeopardy. You keep your winnings and if you don.t have any they give you $1,000.
Both Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy tape a week's worth of episodes during a single day of taping.