It’s more than just tax returns.

Multiple outlets report that the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, led by Cy Vance Jr., has obtained “several million pages of documents” pertaining to its investigation into the financial dealings of Donald Trump.

Mazars USA, Trump’s longtime accounting firm, handed over the trove of potentially incriminating information after the Supreme Court declined to intervene on Trump’s behalf earlier this week.

According to court filings by the Manhattan D.A.’s office, the inquiry into the former President focuses on possible bank, insurance and tax fraud and prosecutors expect to receive “any and all statements of financial condition, annual statements, periodic financial reports, and independent auditors’ reports.”

Combing through all the documents is a herculean task. NBC reports, “Vance has enlisted outside experts, including a forensic consulting firm, to help pore over the vast collection of records in search of any improprieties.”

Vance issued a short statement earlier in the week, “The work continues.”