Information about financial disclosure
Financial Disclosure chart - Who must file which form.
Summary of Requests for Opinion regarding Financial Disclosure 2004-2017
Form 1- Local Officers and candidates for local office and designated local employees subject to Financial Disclosure by the State of Florida are required to file a Form 1. Additionally, County and Municipal employees authorized to approve expenditures exceeding $20,000 are required to file this form. County and Municipal filers must send completed Form 1 by mail or email to the Elections Department in the county in which the filer resides. Each Elections Department will provide the email address to which Form 1 can be sent. State Form 1 Video Tutorial
Form 1F-Final Statement of Financial Interests 2015: Individuals who are required to file a Form 1 are required to file a Form 1F no later than 60 days after leaving that position, unless another position with a Form 1 or Form 6 requirement is taken within the 60-day period.
State Form 6 to be filed by certain local personnel and elected constitutional officers subject to state law. This includes members of expressway or transportation authorities, circuit court judges, county judges, clerks of court, sheriffs, elected property appraisers, elected supervisors of elections and county commissioners. State Form 6 Video tutorial
Other State Financial Disclosures Forms-Additional forms that State filers may need.
County Source of Income Statement Those not required to file under state law, including certain county and municipal personnel, consultants and non-exempt advisory board members are required to file this form. See instructions on Source of Income Statement.
Final Source of Income Statement
Resolution establishing 90 day grace period for county employees to file financial disclosure, outside employment statement, and suspending enforcement proceedings.
- Information on Outside Employment Disclosures-Requirements on who must file for outside employment disclosure. Form:
- Request for Outside Employment- Miami-Dade County states that any full-time County employee intending to have outside employment must first submit a request to the department director for approval. The completed form is to be filed with your departmental personnel representative, and a copy is provided to the Human Resources Department.
- Outside Employment Statement: Full-time County and municipal employees engaging in outside employment must file an annual disclosure report by July 1st of each year.