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Candidates for office, as well as certain County employees, are required to submit financial disclosure forms.
In addition, full-time County and municipal employees with outside employment must file annual disclosure reports.
Financial Disclosure Forms
- State Filing Information
Information regarding those who are required to file, where to file and filing deadlines.
Form 1, Statement of Financial Interests - 2013 Tax Year
Local Officers subject to Financial Disclosure by the State of Florida (and candidates for these offices) are required to file a Form 1. Additionally, County employees authorized to approve expenditures exceeding $20,000 (including electronic signature approvals in ADPICS and FAMIS) are required to file this form.
Form 1F, Final Statement of Financial Interests - 2014 Tax Year
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.
- Other State Financial Disclosure Forms
Additional forms that State filers may need.
- County Filing Information
Additional information from the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust regarding who is required file, where to file and filing deadlines.
- Source of Income Statement
Individuals subject to Financial Disclosure by Section 2-11.1(i) of the Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances (including full-time employees, advisory board members and municipal employees) are required to file this form.
Search for Miami-Dade Financial Disclosure Filers
Search for Miami-Dade County financial disclosure filers, as well as County advisory board members' filing status and municipal filing status.
Full-time County and municipal employees engaged in outside employment must file a statement regarding their outside employment income by July 1 of each year.
- Information on Outside Employment Disclosures
Requirements on who must file for outside employment disclosure.
- 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 1 of each year.
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