Personal Financial Statement (PFS) Filers

Elected Officeholders and Candidates for Elected Office

Under state law, a PFS filed with the Texas Ethics Commission by an elected officeholder, a candidate for an elected office, or a state political party chair must be filed electronically.

File Your Report Electronically
Form SECURITY-PFS

PFS Filed with Other Filing Authority

Affidavit of Defense (to raise a defense to late filing)
To fill out this affidavit on your computer, click here


FAQ and GUIDES

1. PFS: Frequently Asked Questions

2. Helpful Hints for Filing Your Personal Financial Statement - A guide for all elected and appointed state officers, members of the boards of river authorities, executive heads of state agencies, and state political party chair. (pdf file | html file)

LAWS:

1.  Chapter 572, Government Code (pdf file) (htm file)

2. Chapter 159, Local Government Code (pdf file) (htm file)

Other Laws Requiring PFS for Certain Officials:
(Note: The Commission does not have jurisdiction over these filing requirements.)

3. Municipalities with Populations of 100,000 or more (Chapter 145, Local Government Code) – To leave the TEC website and view this law, click here.

4. School Board Trustees (Section 11.064, Education Code) – To leave the TEC website and view this law, click here.

5. Certain School Board Trustees (Section 11.0641, Education Code) – To leave the TEC website and view this law, click here.

6. Sport and Community Venue Districts (Section 335.102 and 335.1085, Local Government Code) – To leave the TEC website and view this law, click here.

7. Other Local Filers (Chapter 159, Local Government Code) – To leave the TEC website and view this law, click here.

 

Last Revision: June 9, 2017
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