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 Pay attention to whether or not tax is withheld-- it's not from fellowships,​ and can be a large surprise when it comes to tax time in April (~2600 on federal, ~900 on state for an NSF stipend in 2010). Pay attention to whether or not tax is withheld-- it's not from fellowships,​ and can be a large surprise when it comes to tax time in April (~2600 on federal, ~900 on state for an NSF stipend in 2010).
  
-The department has an emergency fund to cover grad students with pay issues. This should be your first resource rather than the emergency loans from the university. Please contact ​??+The department has an emergency fund to cover grad students with pay issues. This should be your first resource rather than the emergency loans from the university. Please contact ​the chair, head grad advisor, and/or Amber for access to this fund.
  
 If you should run low on funds and need $ right away for miscellaneous expenses (the payroll office has been known to mess up pay checks from time to time), note that the university offers $775 [[http://​students.berkeley.edu/​finaid/​undergraduates/​eloans.htm|emergency loans]] with 0 interest for 60 day periods, with a $20 application fee.  Go to 212 Sproul to fill out the form between 9am-12:15pm M-Th, and pick up your check by 1 the same day! If you should run low on funds and need $ right away for miscellaneous expenses (the payroll office has been known to mess up pay checks from time to time), note that the university offers $775 [[http://​students.berkeley.edu/​finaid/​undergraduates/​eloans.htm|emergency loans]] with 0 interest for 60 day periods, with a $20 application fee.  Go to 212 Sproul to fill out the form between 9am-12:15pm M-Th, and pick up your check by 1 the same day!