Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean and his wife, Judy, reported $145,634 in adjusted gross income for 2002.
The couple said they paid $29,242 in federal income taxes on a taxable income of $110,141. The Deans' income came from his salary as governor of Vermont, her income as a physician and investments. Dean stepped down as governor in January.
Dean is not required to release his income taxes as part of his presidential campaign, but he said he thought it important to do so.
"I think you have to show where your conflicts of interest are," he has said.