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Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump fined over late financial disclosure forms: report

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Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were each fined after they failed to submit financial reports required by the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) on time, McClatchy reported Tuesday.

This is the second time Kushner has missed the deadline to file the forms and his second fine for doing so. Kushner and Trump were fined $200 each over the most recent missed deadline.

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The financial disclosure forms submitted by Trump and Kushner also included different values for their personal assets. Some of those values had discrepancies of hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to McClatchy.

For example, Trump reportedly listed a partial stake in a New Jersey shopping center as being valued at less than $1,001, while Kushner said it was worth more than $1 million.

Kushner had amended his financial disclosure forms 39 times after receiving an 18-day extension, according to McClatchy.

Federal employees are rarely fined over submitting forms late.

Employees can be fined if they submit a form more than 30 days after the deadline.

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