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Financial Disclosure Information *

* Information provided by the Florida Commission on Ethics.

General Information about Filing Financial Disclosure

You can find information about financial disclosure in the Florida Commission on Ethics' publication A Guide to the Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics . If you want to look at the financial disclosure laws, click here. The Commission's rules on financial disclosure can be found here. The Commission's opinions and orders regarding the financial disclosure law can be researched here. Detailed instructions for completing the disclosure forms are contained on each form, which can be found here.

For assistance with financial disclosure, you may wish to contact the Commission's Financial Disclosure Coordinator, Shirley Taylor, at Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this office. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

Financial Disclosure Coordinator Information

Each year, the Florida Commission on Ethics prepares the list of persons holding governmental positions who are required to file financial disclosure for the previous year. The Commission obtains the name and address of each of these persons from coordinators who have been designated from each State and local government office.

The office coordinator for JAC is Andy Snuggs. If you have any questions, please contact him at

Financial Disclosure Training New

The Financial Disclosure Training Video listed below is hosted on JAC's YouTube channel.

  • Financial Disclosure Training Video (1:12:37 duration): YOUTUBE VIDEO LINK 
  • Financial Disclosure Training PowerPoint format (2MB).
  • Financial Disclosure Training PDF format (3MB).

* Information provided by the Florida Commission on Ethics.

State Constitutional Officer Ethics Training Requirement

Section 112.3142, F.S., requires that Florida’s state constitutional officers complete a minimum of four hours of ethics training each year. Please know that the Florida Commission on Ethics maintains links to video and audio presentations on different ethics topics at:

as well as, information about additional ethics training opportunities.

The Florida Commission on Ethics encourages newly elected state constitutional officers to complete their initial ethics training requirement soon after they assume office. State constitutional officers should certify that they have completed the required ethics training annually on the Commission’s Full and Public Disclosure of Financial Interests form (Form 6, Part F - Training).

If you have any questions concerning this requirement, please contact the Florida Commission on Ethics at (850) 488-7864 or

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