Between them, the couple disclosed assets worth at least $269 million, the forms show.
Ivanka Trump disclosed income of at least $13.5 million for 2016 and the first months of 2017 before she joined the White House.
The updated disclosure details 77 investments that were not previously revealed in Kushner's previous filing in March.
Among the newly disclosed assets were an art collection valued at more than $5 million, and Quadro Partners, a real estate investment platform that does business in NY under the name of Cadre.
Kushner's $25 million stake in Cadre, a crowdsourcing app for real estate projects.
Mr Kushner's new filings "inadvertently omitted" an art collection valued between $5 million and $25 million, and also clarified holdings in his tech real estate start up Cadre - which he owns stake in for between $25 million and $25 million. Trump also receives regular reports on the performance of her brand, which is overseen by its president, Abigail Klem.
The couple stepped down from running their companies and left a lavish Manhattan apartment to move their three children to Washington this year.
"Jared and Ivanka have followed each of the required steps in their transition from private citizens to federal officials". The revised form was certified by the Office of Government Ethics on Thursday and released yesterday.
"Ivanka's financial disclosure form is still in the pre-certification stage, as she began the process later, but discussions with O.G.E. are proceeding in the ordinary course".
"The way we ran it ... is that the general direction to all nominees is tell us what we ask for now". It's nearly like we came up with all those nepotism laws and the emoluments clause for a reason. Mr Johnson served as former President George W Bush's director of presidential personnel. She continued to draw at least $1 million in income from that trust through May 31.
She got $2.5 million in salary and severance when she resigned from the Trump Organisation in January.
Trump also got an advance of $787,500 from Penguin Random House for her book "Women Who Work".
Upon accepting positions in the White House, Kushner resigned from 266 outside positions and Ivanka Trump resigned from 292.
Keep one thing in mind about all of these numbers: The disclosure forms, which are outlined by the government, make it impossible to calculate precise totals of personal income and wealth.
In correspondence with the ethics office earlier, White House lawyers indicated Kushner wished to sell BFPS, adding that if he retained the company, it would "disqualify him from participating in particular matters that will have a direct and predictable effect on the technology and electronic sectors". His family company recently received approval from town officials to greatly expand the mall in the face of opposition, and now is embroiled in a related lawsuit filed by four residents.
The Kusnher Companies have used the EB-5 program to partially finance several projects, including Trump Bay Street, a mixed-use development also located in Jersey City.