DEPUTY First Minister Martin McGuinness is the latest politician to publish his tax details following public outcry over the so-called Panama Papers.
Mr McGuinness paid more than £37,000 to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in the 2014-15 financial year from a Stormont salary of £111,600.
The documents show that the Foyle election candidate received almost £62,000 in benefits and expenses through his assembly allowances.
Notably, the tax calculation indicates that the deputy first minister paid £462 more than was due.
Documents released by Colum Eastwood show the SDLP leader paid £6,231 in tax on his assembly salary of £41,168.
The documents released by justice minister David Ford do not detail how much he paid in tax but show he earned £86,000 before tax in 2014-15.