An employee who files a public or confidential financial disclosure report must report
the trust on the financial disclosure report.
(a) Public financial disclosure report. If the employee files a public financial disclosure report, the employee must report
the trust as an asset, including the overall category of value of the trust. Additionally, in the case of a qualified blind trust, the employee must disclose
the category of value of income earned by the trust. In the case of a qualified diversified trust, the employee must report the category
of value of income received from the trust by the employee, the employee's spouse,
or dependent child, or applied for the benefit of any of them.
(b) Confidential financial disclosure report. In the case of a confidential financial disclosure report, the employee must report
the trust as an asset.
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