What Must Be Disclosed

Annual disclosure reports generally include financial information from the previous calendar year.
Information regular filers must disclose include:

  • City and non-City income
  • City and non-City employment and business
  • Positions held
  • Deferred income
  • Gifts received
  • Interests in government contracts
  • Investments in business
  • Interest in securities
  • Money owed by and to the filer
  • Relatives in City service

Some of the information must also be supplied for the filer’s spouse, or domestic partner, and unemancipated children.


Uncompensated members of City policymaking boards and commissions and Public Authorities Accountability Act (PAAA) filers file a shorter form consisting of five questions requiring the following information:

  • Any paid or unpaid positions with any City agency
  • Real property, excluding property where the filer or a relative lives
  • Outside employers and businesses, but only if the employer or business does business with the filer's entity or City agency, if any
  • Investments of 5% or $10,000, but only if the company does business with the filer’s entity or City agency, if any
  • Gifts, but only if the donor does business with the filer’s entity or City agency.

Some of the information must also be supplied for the filer’s spouse, or domestic partner, and unemancipated children.


NYC Department of Finance tax assessors also file a shorter form consisting of eight questions requiring the following information for the filer, the filer’s spouse or domestic partner, and unemancipated children.

  • Real property
  • Outside employers
  • Any corporation in which the filer is an officer, director, or employee or owns more than 5% of the shares
  • Self-employment, if it provided more than two thousand dollars of gross income;
  • State licensed profession
  • Gifts received, excluding gifts from relatives
  • Money you owe
  • Money owed to you