The leader of Russia’s southern Chechnya region saw his income skyrocket compared to 2015, when his total earnings remained at just over 6 million rubles. ($106,000). In 2014, he earned just 4.8 million rubles ($85,000).

His children also saw their income rise by 4900 percent, climbing from just 200,000 rubles in 2015 ($3,500). The source of the children’s income was not detailed in the declaration.

The Kadyrov family also declared two plots of land, a family home, and an apartment, Russia’s RBC news outlet reported.