Donald Trump’s tax returns have been handed over to a committee of the US House of Representatives after the former president lost a long legal battle to keep them sealed.
The Treasury Department said it had complied with a Supreme Court order that the records should be given to a panel in the Democrat-controlled House.
It is not clear if the returns will be made public, or what they will reveal.
Mr Trump is yet to comment, but has previously denied any wrongdoing.
He declined to release the documents during his 2016 presidential run or subsequently – breaking a decades-old presidential custom.
Mr Trump recently announced a bid to run for the White House again in 2024, and has described the efforts to obtain his tax documents as politically motivated.
Various details about his finances have already emerged as he faces a range of investigations, including into his business dealings.
It is therefore unknown whether the tax return information will yield any major new revelations.