Former President Donald Trump has requested -- and received -- a 45-day extension on filing a mandatory personal financial disclosure that would offer new details about his wealth now that he's again a presidential candidate. "Due to the complexity of his finances and the need to obtain additional information from third parties, President Trump needs additional time to gather the necessary information and complete the report," Compass Legal Group senior counsel Derek H. Ross wrote to the Federal Election Commission on Thursday. "I have granted your request for a 45-day extension of time until January 29, 2023," FEC Acting General Counsel Lisa Stevenson replied on Friday.Trump announced his 2024 presidential run last month amid a swirl of legal peril. Federal law requires new presidential candidates to submit a certified personal financial disclosure within 30 days of becoming a candidate, but they may request up to two, 45-day extensions from federal regulators. Federal Election Commission A letter from the Federal Election Commission to an attorney for Donald Trump. Federal Election Commission Presidential personal financial disclosures include information about a candidate's income, assets, debt, and royalties.Trump's disclosures as the nation's 45th president were particularly intriguing given his sprawling business interests that frequently intersected -- and conflicted -- with his public duties. Personal financial disclosures of this sort are different from personal tax returns and, generally, contain fewer details.Trump for years has refused to publicly release his tax returns, breaking with presidential precedent. But after a years-long legal battle, the Democrat-controlled US House is now in possession of those records and could potentially release them before Republicans assume power in January.