Personal Finance Disclosures

Financial disclosure statements for Representatives are available on the Internet on or about June 15 of the year they are filed. My first financial disclosure statement will be filed with the Clerk of the House on May 15, and will be available on the Internet through the Clerk’s Financial Disclosure Reports Database.

Every Member of the U.S. House of Representatives is required to file a Financial Disclosure Statement covering the following categories:
  • earned income (e.g., salaries and fees)
  • donations made by others to charities in lieu of paying a Representative for a speech, appearance, or article
  • “unearned” income
  • assets purchased, sold, or exchanged
  • liabilities
  • gifts received
  • travel reimbursements
  • positions held by the Representative
  • agreements with outside entities

Travel Expense Reimbursements

Every Member of the House of Representatives is required to file reports which detail travel-related expenses reimbursed by non­government sources and charitable contributions made in lieu of honoraria (a payment for services that do not have a set fee). These reports are available through the Gift and Travel Filings page maintained by the Clerk of the House.

Office Expenses

Every three months, the Chief Administrative Officer of the House publishes the “Statement of Disbursements” — the official report of the receipts and expenditures of every office of the House of Representatives. The full text of this report is now available.

The Statement of Disbursements is available at

FY23 NDAA Community Project Funding Financial Disclosures

As per the requirements of the House Armed Services Committee, these are Community Project Funding requests submitted by Rep. Wasserman Schultz for the FY23 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Rep. Wasserman Schultz has certified that neither she nor her immediate family have any financial interest in any of the projects requested.