What are the winning Powerball numbers for Saturday, January 14 and how much will you take home if you win the jackpot? The odds are 1 in 292 million that you will match all five white balls and the red Powerball, but your $2 investment could make you an instant multi-millionaire.

Find tonight's winning numbers below along with a look at how much you will get after Uncle Sam takes federal and state taxes from your windfall. Last week, more than 500,000 lottery players won a non-jackpot prize ranging from $4 (just the Powerball) to $2 million (all five white balls and the PowerPlay).

Will the jackpot keep increasing or will there be a lucky winner (or winners) tonight?

Saturday's winning Powerball numbers

Powerball drawings take place at 10:59 p.m. ET every Wednesday and Saturday. Tonight's drawing revealed the following winning numbers — 23-55-59-64-69 Powerball: 13 Power play: 5.

It typically takes an hour or more for lottery officials to confirm if there are any winners when the jackpot gets over $100,000, so at this time there is no word on whether or not a winning ticket was sold or if the jackpot will continue to rise.

How much will the jackpot winner take home?

If someone does win the $121 million Powerball jackpot on Saturday night, they will be set for life if they invest their winnings properly.

According to USA Mega, the lump sum cash payout for the January 14 drawing is $74,100,000 before taxes. After federal taxes of approximately $18.5 million, the winner would be left with about $55.5 million.

For Powerball lottery players who live in a state that doesn't take lottery winnings, there will be no state taxes deducted from the check, but for those who don't, expect to pay out some more cash for taxes before the lottery officials cut a check.

If you don't want a lump sum cas payout, the lottery offers a 30-year annuity for jackpot winners. The winner of the $121 million jackpot, if there is one, would get an annual check for a little over $4 million (before taxes), with the first payment made shortly after the winning ticket is verified.

If you've never played the Powerball lottery game, tickets are $2 each and are currently sold at lottery retailers in 44 States; Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; and the U.S. Virgin Islands.