First thing first, put 10m in each of my kid's savings accounts/trust funds.
Ditto.. Though with only 1 child I'd put about £50m..
Second, house for us, my parents, my inlaws and make sure my nan has enough to tide her over for her rent & food & anything she ever wants to be comfortable & treat the rest of her grandkids/great grandkids.
Same here, though I'll make damn sure my family don't get anywhere near my winnings - Disowning works both ways!
Third, driving lessons and automatic car for my wife, new car for me. A runaround and something sporty for the weekends
New cars for me and the wife definately!
A million for each of my closest friends - thankfully it's a close circle and we've all helped eachother out enough in the past to warrant making sure they're set up for a good few years. I'd possibly do something like give them an investment (like property) however I trust them enough to make their own choices and judgement.
Again I'd do this.. but it'd be a very very small list - probably only about 6 people!
I'd certainly put some towards a couple of choice charities. Mostly childcare ones - they're the important guys.
ditto - though for us it'd be animal charities, Alzheimer and Cancer ones too..
Plenty put aside in investment for ourselves, make sure we're set for life and not left wanting. But nothing extravagant.
- As would we, along with a "slush fund" for holidays, etc.
Buy an entire new ICT system for my school and fund the building of a new server room/workshop area.
I draw the line at that! for me - yes - the school after their treatment of me in the last few years would get bugger all!!
And turn up for work the next day, and every day after until I have good reason not to.
Not that I've thought about it much...but like localzuk I'd be keeping 10-20 mil back to spend now and on various projects/properties (of course I'd be building the ultimate geeky I would stop taking salary and get them to hire someone to sit below me so that if I decided I was going away for a few weeks there wouldn't be a problem
I haven't though about it much of course
As for me, lets see:
Buy myself a house or three around the UK
Pay for my parents house to have all the jobs done on it that it needs, new car for my mum
Pay off my sisters Uni Fee's and debts
New Cars all round
Nice holidays for us all
Look after my friends
Consider re-doing lots of IT things at work and some other bits that need doing, within reason
Invest a good chunk of it as well and live off the interest / profits from the investments
Good donations to Charity as well
I'd still work if i'm honest I'd get bored after a while but I would ensure we had enough staff at work so I could be very flexible