Save your receipt forever on this one, if bankruptcy is even a remote possibility in your future.
In most jurisdictions (ones that copy federal rules, or ones that allow you a choice to use federal rules), one TV up to $500 can be counted as a normal "household item" and count toward the household-item exemption's dollar limit, rather than its entire value (not just its value above $500) having to get counted in the very important "wildcard" category exemption.
Did you actually get this for $499 in the store? The web page shows online only price, and in the past I have found stuff on the target.com website for one price, only to find it in the store for a higher price. When asked about it, I was told that online prices are different because Amazon runs the online site. If this is true, anyone have any luck price matching to their website?
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