(CNN) - Sarah Palin was paid at least $1.25 million for her book deal with publisher Harper Collins, newly filed financial disclosure forms reveal.
The former Alaska governor described the payment as a "Retainer for Book." The financial disclosure, which was released Tuesday by the Alaska Public Offices Commission and covers Palin's final seven months in office, did not say when the payment was made, or offer any more details about the book deal.
Palin's memoir, "Going Rogue: An American Life," is slated for release on Nov. 17. The full financial terms of the book deal, which was negotiated by Washington lawyer Robert Barnett, are not known.
The financial disclosure also shows that the former Republican vice presidential candidate took out a Wells Fargo home loan to pay for "legal fees to fight false allegations while governor."
Palin went on to list several gifts she received while governor, including $4,250 worth of Yankees tickets from former New York City major Rudy Giuliani. Palin attended a Yankees game with Giuliani, her husband Todd and her daughter Willow during a trip to New York in June.