What is a Financial Disclosure Statement?
A Financial Disclosure Statement is a document which contains financial and professional information about the public employee filer, their spouse, and their unemancipated children.
What is the purpose of Financial Disclosure?
Financial Disclosure provides transparency about the private interests and activities of public officials allowing for the identification of potential conflicts of interest between an official’s personal affairs and an official’s public duties.
Who must file a Financial Disclosure?
Suffolk County elected officials, chairs of County political parties, County agency heads, specific County commissions and local public authorities, as well as certain County employees must file a financial disclosure statement by May 15th every year.
In addition, candidates for County elected office must file a financial disclosure statement within a certain time period after the filing of their designating petitions. If you are a candidate, please call the Board’s office for more information and specific dates.
FILE YOUR FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
See below for the fillable PDFs and information on how and where to submit the current year's Financial Disclosure Statement.