Financial disclosure forms released Monday show that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner made at least $82 million a year ago from multiple streams of outside income while they were senior White House advisers, according to the Washington Post.
Trump reportedly made almost $6 million from Trump businesses like the Trump International Hotel in D.C. and in severance from the Trump Organization. He also said in his filing that he would continue to recuse himself from matters involving broker-dealer, real estate and online financial services related to his holdings in Quadro Partners, which owns Cadre.com, an online platform for investing in real estate.
Senior White House Advisers Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump attend a reception held at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump listen as U.S. President Donald Trump holds a cabinet meeting at the White House in Washington, U.S., April 9, 2018.
Trump reportedly donated the proceeds from the book to the Ivanka M. Trump Charitable Fund.
It's hard to determine the couple's precise income a year ago because federal officials report their assets, income and liability in broad ranges only.
Kushner drew at least $70 million from dozens of companies linked to his family's real estate company, Kushner Cos., including $5 million in income from an apartment complex in Plainsboro, NJ.More news: Woman drove 2 children in pet kennels in Tennessee
As CNN noted, the broad ranges come as a result of it being "impossible to calculate precise totals of income and assets because the documents - which are used throughout government - ask officeholders to disclose figures in ranges, such as '$100,000 to $1,000,000'".
Mr Kushner's 2017 assets were worth between $179m and $735m, while Ms Trump's were worth between about $55.3m and $75.6m, according to a Washington Post analysis. Trump was paid a $289,300 advance by Penguin Random House for her book, "Women Who Work".
Ivanka's hotel income of $3.9 million is up from last spring when she reported about $2.4 million in profits for the Washington property that has become a staple for those trying to curry favor with the Trump Administration since it opened in September 2016.
Kushner's income, for instance, included more than US$6 million from Quail Ridge, a Plainsboro, New Jersey, apartment complex the Kushner company, now run by his relatives, acquired previous year.
Some of the couple's assets were listed jointly.
According to the disclosures, National security adviser John Bolton pulled in $2.2 million past year from organizations including Fox News, the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute, and the Gatestone Institute, an anti-Muslim think tank of which he previously served as chairman.