For 11 months last year, I was a postdoc employee and received a W2 for that. For the 12th month, I was a postdoc at the same institution, but on a fellowship. I received no form (e.g., no 1099-MISC or other) for that month apart from my paystub. What do I do for taxes? My paystub breaks down my earnings from the fellowship into “Stipend for Health Allowance” and “Stipend for Living Expenses”. The former is very high on the fellowship, but I never see a penny since it goes to health insurance at around 8x the cost of the deductions before the fellowship. Part of the latter "stipend" also goes toward health insurance. I would hope I only pay taxes on the latter stipend, which is the exact same amount I was making before the fellowship when I was a regular employee. How do I indicate this situation to the IRS? Can somebody please give me some insight here?