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A mysterious 'Woman in Black' has been spotted around the Tri-State in recent days, causing social media to erupt with questions about her identity.More >>
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Monday marks one month since a popular Newton teacher was found dead inside her apartment and investigators were back out at her apartment over the weekend for several hours. According to neighbors, policeMore >>
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Monday, July 28 2014 8:11 AM EDT2014-07-28 12:11:51 GMT
A homicide investigation is underway in Anson County after someone was found dead early Monday morning. WBTV has learned that deputies are investigating at a home in Wadesboro along Highway 52. ThisMore >>
WBTV has learned that deputies are investigating at a home in Wadesboro along Highway 52.More >>
You see what you think is important on price tags; "half off," "clearance," "big discounts." Turns out, you may be looking right past the most important thing on the tag.More >>
You see what you think is important on price tags; "half off," "clearance," "big discounts." Turns out, you may be looking right past the most important thing on the tag. More >>
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -
It is a constant tug of war for thousands of people across the country - saving for retirement versus having enough money to pay bills. And a new survey shows just how bad we're doing.
The survey shows 28% of Americans have no confidence they'll be able to retire comfortably. 57% of those surveyed say they have less than $25,000 dollars in total household savings and investments, excluding their homes. And only half of those surveyed said they could come up with $2,000 dollars for an unexpected need.
The Employee Benefit Research Institute has been tracking retirement for more than two decades through the annual study. In January - even as the stock market was heading toward new highs - the agency found the number of Americans with no confidence that they'll have enough money in retirement spike to the highest level in the study's 23-year history.
"I'm trying to get my money and my breath to run out at the same time," says Ann McKinsey, as she headed into a Harris Teeter in Charlotte. "Which everybody wants to do. What's enough? After a while, your lifestyle has to readapt. And that's probably what I will do. Downsize. Rent, rather than buy. Maybe even live in with a relative. So. It's pretty scary."