Financial Disclosure Forms
Clicking here will take you to a list of forms needed to file the disclosures required by the ethics laws. From that page you can view or print any forms you may need, and read descriptions of who has to file which forms, what deadlines may apply, and what information must be reported.
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General Information about Filing Financial Disclosure
You can find information about financial disclosure in the Commission's publication A Guide to the Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics. The Commission's rules on financial disclosure can be found here. Detailed instructions for completing the disclosure forms are contained on each form, which can be found here.
For assistance with financial disclosure, you may wish to contact the Commission on Ethics at (850) 488-7864.
What is the purpose of filing disclosure forms?
Financial disclosure is required of public officials and employees because it enables the public to evaluate potential conflicts of interest, deters corruption, and increases public confidence in government.
Who must file disclosure?
All elected state and local public officers are required to file a financial disclosure form and many appointed board members also must file. There are certain state and local employees who are also subject to the disclosure filing requirement because of the position they hold or because they have purchasing authority that exceeds $20,000. [See Sections 112.3144 and 112.3145, Florida Statutes]