White House senior adviser Jared Kushner on Friday released a revised version of his personal financial disclosure that reveals his initial filing did not include 77 assets, according to a report Friday.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the new disclosure says 77 assets were "inadvertently omitted" from Kushner's original form, released in March, and were added during the "ordinary review" process with the government ethics office.

In addition to information on Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law, the new disclosure includes details of Ivanka Trump's finances.

Ivanka Trump is the president's daughter, a senior White House aide and Kushner's wife.

The new financial forms show Kushner and Ivanka Trump collectively have between $206 million and $760 million in assets, the Journal said. Kushner's initial disclosure valued their assets at between $240 million and $740 million.

A separate document released Friday showed that Ivanka Trump was paid as much as $5 million from her outside businesses over an 84-day span this spring around the time she entered the White House as a senior adviser, the Washington Post reported.

"Jared and Ivanka have followed each of the required steps in their transition from private citizens to federal officials," said Jamie Gorelick, a lawyer for the couple, in a statement to reporters.

In his initial disclosure, Kushner did not include information about his work with Goldman Sachs Group and billionaires George Soros and Peter Thiel through a real-estate tech startup called Cadre that Kushner co-founded and partly owns, the Journal previously reported.

In addition, Kushner did not originally mention an art collection worth between $5 million and $25 million.

The president's son-in-law is also facing scrutiny for initially withholding conversations he had with Russian officials on his security clearance application. Congressional committees and special counsel Robert Mueller are believed to be focusing on Kushner's interactions with Russian officials as part of investigations into Moscow's election interference, and possible ties to the Trump campaign.

Next week, Kushner is scheduled to speak with the House and Senate Intelligence Committee's as part of their Russia probes.