A courtesy letter is not an official tax form. Instead, it is a communication sent to you by your university or funding agency that tells you the amount of fellowship income they gave you in the course of the previous year. The letter might also include a warning that the sender will not be able to make any comments about your tax liability or how to prepare your tax return.
We at Grad Student Finances are not tax professionals, and none of the content in this section should be taken as advice for tax purposes.
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