A former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo who is now at the center of a broadening corruption scandal claimed he earned as much as $125,000 in consulting fees, according to financial disclosure documents released on Monday by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics.

COR Development, the company that has been a key player in major development projects in Syracuse and Buffalo, paid the former aide, Joe Percoco, between $50,000 to $75,000 in consulting fees in 2014.

COR Development has denied making any payments to Percoco, who also reported earning between $20,000 to $50,000 in consulting income from CHA Consulting, Inc. in his 2014 filing. CHA Consulting is a New York-based engineering consultant.

CHA has multiple contracts with the state, some worth millions of dollars, including business with the Department of Transportation, the Office of General Services and the state Thruway Authority.

Updated: CHA spokesman Michael McGovern in a statement said the company is “cooperating fully” with the investigation and has been responding to requests from the U.S. attorney’s office.

“Based on those discussions, it is our understanding that we are not a target of the investigation,” McGovern said in a statement.

Percoco had left the public payroll in 2014 to run Cuomo’s re-election campaign. In the filing Percoco reported earning between $100,000 and $150,000 in income from the campaign. Percoco was paid a $120,000 bonus from the campaign.

Once a top aide and confidant to Cuomo, Percoco earned $169,000 a year as the governor’s executive deputy secretary.

Percoco left the administration again earlier this year to become an executive at Madison Square Garden.

The Cuomo administration on Friday acknowledged a federal investigation by the U.S. attorney’s office surrounding contracting for the Buffalo Billion, a major economic development project in western New York. Sources have said Percoco incorrectly reported income from consulting work he performed.

Along with Percoco, lobbyist Todd Howe and SUNY nanotech chief Alain Kaloyeros have come under scrutiny in the investigation.

Records show Howe’s lobbying firm included SUNY Polytechnic, Whiteman Osterman & Hanna as a client. The firm this year reported a pending lobbying contract with Buffalo Billion contractor LP Ciminelli.

Joseph Percoco 2014 FDS by Nick Reisman