What’s Good: Guy Hits Lottery, Will Use Money To Help Autistic Brother
If you hit the lottery, what would you do with all of that money? I am sure most of us would say we would pay off loans, get a new car, go on vacation or just put it in a savings account. However, how many of us would use it to help someone we know? Well, at least one guy would.
24-year-old Dean Weymes is from England and he played the lottery winning big! Well, he recently won $12,000 a month from the lottery for 30 years which is $150,000 a year before taxes and over 30 years is 4.3 million dollars. That is obviously a lot of money, but what does he plan to do with it?
Well the day after he hit the lottery, Dean quit his job at the Amazon distribution center, although when he told HR why he was quitting they thought he was joking. Now, he plans to pursue a career in screenwriting and not only that, he will also use the money to help his autistic brother.
Dean's 23-year-old brother has a severe form of autism and up until now their parents have had to do everything for him but now they are entering retirement age. Dean plans to use a chunk on income each month to help care for his brother.