About Financial Disclosure Statements
Financial Disclosure Statements are required to be filed by all elected officials each year by mid-January and by appointed individuals who are compensated $6,000.00 or more per each calendar year.
Once you file as a candidate, you are required to file a Financial Disclosure Statement electronically with the Secretary of State within 10 days after the last day of close of candidate filing. All judicial candidates are required to file a Financial Disclosure Statement (FDS) with the Administrative office of the Court (AOC) by March 31, 2018.
All state and local elected officials pursuant to NRS 281 are required to file an Annual Financial Disclosure Statement with the Secretary of State by January 15 of each year. Failure to file such a form may result in a civil penalty.
The Legislative Counsel Bureau has also prepared a helpful guide for those who are required to file an FDS, which is available for view and download from the Legislature's website here. Although written primarily for Nevada's legislators, much of the information contained in this guide is applicable to all elected and appointed public officers who are required to file an FDS.
IMPORTANT FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT DUE DATES
|January 16, 2018*||Annual Financial Disclosure Statement Due (for the period of Jan. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2017)|
|March 26, 2018||Candidate Financial Disclosure Statement (10 days after the last day to qualify as a candidate)|
|June 12, 2018||Primary Election|
|Nov. 6, 2018||General Election|
|January 15, 2019||Annual Financial Disclosure Statement Due (for the period of Jan. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018)|
To begin the filing process on AURORA, click here. If you were an appointed, elected, or seated public officer in 2015, you may download detailed instructions about how to file by clicking here. If you are a candidate for election in 2016, you may download detailed instructions about how to file by clicking here.