Ivanka Trump earned at least $82 million in income in 2017, according to the documents.
Ivanka Trump made $US3.9 million ($5.2 million) from her investment in her father's hotel in Washington previous year, according to a disclosure released by the White House on Tuesday. Other income came from capital gains, Ms. Trump's businesses, the Trump Hotel in Washington D.C. and from the Trump Corporation salary and severance.
According to CNN, Ivanka has made at least $12 million in 2017.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner arrive for a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House last September.
Quickly becoming one of the most popular get-together spot for Republicans and Trump supporters across the world, the luxury hotel on the historic Old Post Office site, which opened September 2016, has brought in almost $4 million for the president's daughter in 2017, up from the $2.4 million reported in the 2016 statement.
If you factor in all the earnings from her stock portfolio, real estate projects booking fees for keynote appearances and sales made from her brand, the net worth of Ivanka Trump is likely to be more than $300 million.
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Kushner reported divesting more than 125 assets, and listed several others as being in process of divestment.
In February Politico estimated that Jared and Ivanka Kushner's combined total debts has soared in the past year from a range of $19-98 million to a range of $31-155 million.
Penguin Random House also gave Ivanka an advance payment of $289,000 for her book, which she donated to charity.
Critics say that the many investments and transactions of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raise serious concerns about conflicts of interest.
Kushner, meanwhile, reported $1.5 million in income from Westminster Management, which owns and manages over 20,000 apartments in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Peter Mirijanian, a spokesman for Abbe Lowell, Kushner's and Trump's ethics counsel, said in a statement to the Washington Post that Kushner and Trump have followed all ethics rules and that the disclosure forms make it hard to understand their net worth.
Peter Mirijanian, a spokesman for the couple's ethics lawyer, Abbe Lowell, said Ms Trump and Mr Kushner had abided by government ethics rules. The Trump family has faced accusations of using the presidency for personal profit.