For people who were previously tied to the White House, it is time to show the numbers. Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner have filed their final financial disclosure forms that cover their non-governmental income for 2020 up to the first weeks of 2021. The numbers provide a better glimpse of possible conflicts of interest they had while working in the White House.

A look at Ivanka Trump’s form shows that she earned $1,463,449 from the Trump Hotel in the Old Post Office building in Washington D.C. She also got an additional $1.1 million from Trump real estate projects and most of her savings are at Fidelity mutual funds. She got not revenue from her clothing and consumer brand, both of which were shut down in 2018.

Looking at Kushner’s end, he received an annual income of $1,800,000 from Westminister Management Company which is his family’s real estate business. He also has a stake in over a hundred apartment and office buildings in Chicago, New York and New Jersey and also has stakes in miscellaneous mutual funds and about 529 accounts for his children. However, he also has several millions of dollars in debt.

With ranges of federal disclosure included in the report, it would be difficult to see what his net worth is. Neither he nor Ivanka Trump allegedly needs a stimulus check.

This comes not long after it was reported earlier this month that Trump and Kushner made up to $120 million from Jan. 1, 2020, to Jan. 20, 2021. Though the numbers were lower compared to the year prior, the amount was still substantial.

Regardless of the loss that both had to take. According to Vanity Fair, the couple raked potentially over half a billion dollars in the four years they were in Washington.

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