Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s Final Financial Disclosures Show Where They Made Their Money

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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have filed their final financial disclosure forms (known as OGE 278e), covering their non-governmental income for 2020 and the first few weeks of 2021. Both give a glimpse into their financial situation and potential conflicts of interest that they had while working in the White House.

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Ivanka’s forms disclose the following:

  • She earned $1,463,449 from the Trump hotel in the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C.

  • Other Trump real estate projects generated over $1.1 million.

  • There was no revenue from her clothing and consumer brands, which is not surprising as they were shut down in 2018.

  • She does not receive royalties from her books.

  • Her savings are held in a handful of Fidelity mutual funds.

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Jared’s forms disclose the following:

  • He receives an annual income of $1,800,000 from Westminster Management Company, his family’s real estate business.

  • Through several trusts, he has a stake in over a hundred apartment and office buildings in Chicago, New York City and New Jersey.

  • He has stakes in a lot of miscellaneous mutual funds and several 529 accounts for his children.

  • He has several million dollars in debt.

The use of ranges in federal disclosure reports make it difficult to see what his net worth is.

Neither is in need of a stimulus check.

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