During his campaign for president, Donald Trump found time to do something else: take positions in 49 new companies, partnerships or corporations since July, according to his latest financial disclosure.

Trump’s filing to the Federal Election Commission emerged Wednesday, adding new details about the presumptive Republican nominee’s financial portfolio. Even so, it may not shed much light on his income, or net worth.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, listed positions as president, chairman, member or trustee in 564 entities, up from 515 that he listed in an earlier filing.

Trump released a statement Tuesday saying his net worth had increased to more than $10 billion since his previous disclosure in July 2015. In the statement, he also claimed the filing would show more than $557 million in income from Jan. 1, 2015, to May 16.

However, because the form requires reporting the value of assets in broad ranges, it doesn’t specify any value higher than $50 million. Trump’s new report, which was obtained and posted by the Washington Post, includes several such entities.

Additionally, Trump’s income disclosures list such items as “rent,” which may conflate income and revenue. His campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, on Tuesday declined to address the difference.