By the end of March, Donald Trump has officially clinched the Republican nomination for president.
And it seems he’ll have plenty of time to begin putting his campaign together.
According to multiple news outlets, the Trump campaign is now preparing to release its first set of tax returns and release additional information about the presumptive nominee’s charitable foundation.
But before the campaign releases those documents, it needs to meet a deadline to release them to the public.
The deadline for the Trump camp to submit its first batch of tax documents is March 10.
The campaign will be releasing the documents by the end, but there are a few more hurdles the campaign must clear before the documents are released to the general public.
The campaign must file a form with the IRS stating that the documents it releases will be made available to the community.
And that form must be signed by the campaign’s treasurer, Brad Parscale.
Parscale was one of Trump’s most prominent finance people in the campaign, helping to raise more than $2.2 million from a range of wealthy donors for the campaign.
But he’s no longer with the campaign after it was revealed that he paid his wife a $100,000 fee to represent him at a fundraiser that was later cancelled due to security concerns.
Parsale’s wife, Kimberly, was later found to have misrepresented her income and her assets to the IRS, which resulted in her being fined $200,000 and ordered to pay back more than half of the $1.6 million she received from the campaign during her role as Trump’s fundraiser.
Pets are also expected to be part of the campaign now that the campaign is releasing its first tax returns.
According to Politico, the campaign will release its tax returns from the end and will list the amount of money that each of its five major contributors contributed to the campaign through the end.
Peters, who was previously the campaign finance director for House Speaker John Boehner, is the most high-profile candidate to be asked to provide tax returns under the new rules.
He is also the only candidate in the field who has yet to publicly release his tax returns, which are currently sealed by the IRS.
Parity was one the first candidates to sign on to the Tax Policy Center’s new campaign finance platform, which allows candidates to release their tax returns online.
However, he was not expected to make his tax return public until early March, after the campaign had already released the tax returns for the candidates who had already been vetted by the FEC and the Office of Government Ethics.
Paringa said he is hopeful that the Trump team will finally release its returns sometime before the deadline, but said that the tax return transparency initiative is not a “silver bullet.”
“We are going to need to have more time to get the process right, but we think that the framework will help,” he said.
“We think the process is important.
And we believe it is important for the public to see what is in those returns.”
Parsales said the campaign has already been working with the Office for Government Ethics, which he said is “doing its part” to “help us with that process.”
The campaign is also working with both the Treasury Department and the Department of Labor to develop “a tax return reporting guide,” he added.
Parry said he hopes the campaign can release more information about its donor list, but that the timing is not ideal.
“I think it’s premature to get into a full disclosure program for the general electorate,” he told Politico.
“The campaign is still in the early stages of its fundraising and the candidate’s tax returns are still being finalized.”
Trump also said he was planning to release his personal tax returns after the April 15 deadline.
However, that deadline is likely to be pushed back, since Trump has previously told Politico that he doesn’t plan to release any of his tax information.
When asked if he plans to release tax returns at some point, Parscale said the deadline for releasing his tax documents was “still very much up in the air.”