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Statement of Financial Interest Report

Statement of Financial Interest Report

The Arkansas Statement of Financial Interest (SFI) Report is a disclosure report that is filed by certain public officials and candidates for public office in Arkansas. Under Arkansas law, individuals holding certain positions or seeking certain offices are required to file an SFI report with the Arkansas Ethics Commission.

The SFI Report requires individuals to disclose information on their financial interests, including their sources of income, real estate holdings, stocks and bonds, and other investments. The report also requires individuals to disclose any gifts, loans, or other benefits received from certain sources, such as lobbyists or entities doing business with the state.

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