Pidgin 2.7.3 on Debian has an issue where the configured accounts do not connect right away on startup. This issue is related to the network manager configuration inside pidgin itself. Fortunately, the issue can be simply resolved by starting pidgin with the -f flag. This forces pidgin to ignore the network manager’s status and attempt to connect no matter what. If you are having problems with having to re-enable each account in pidgin after you start the application, then add the -f flag to the startup command you use, and your problems will hopefully be solved.
Did you buy in 2008?
You have to repay the credit you received for your 2008 home purchase over a 15 year period. Your first payment is due with your 2010 tax return.
If you move from the home that you purchased in 2008 you’ll have to repay the balance of your credit in the year you move. You’ll have to stay where you are for 15 years if you intend to repay over 15 years.
Did you buy in 2009, 2010 or 2011?
Generally, if you don’t stay where you are for 36 months after you purchased the home, you’ll have to repay the credit in the year you move. There are exceptions for death, destruction and divorce, and we’ll help you during these tough times.
Of course, this is just a guideline.. You should talk to a tax professional to verify this information applies to you!