IRS CI Special Agent
What does a IRS CI do?
An IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent investigates potential criminal violations of the U.S Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes in a manner intended to foster confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law.
How much money do they make?
An IRS Ci Special Agent will make about $63,000 just out of college, but roughly $100,000 more years down the road if they have experience.
What is the work schedule like?
They barely work any weekends and they work, on average, 50 hours a week.
Other facts about an IRS CI Special Agent?
They normally work for private companies, or the federal government. They work in several major cities and sometimes nationwide. The employee outlook for this job is quite high for the near future.