Please join us for a look inside detection and prosecution of fraud investigations. IRS Special Agents, Dean Costello and Matthew Rech, give us an overview on IRS Criminal Investigation. IRS special agents work for the Criminal Investigations Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which is the law enforcement side of the Department of the Treasury. IRS special agents are law enforcement officials who investigate financial crimes.
Dean Costello has been employed with the Internal Revenue Service for 30 years. He began his career as an IRS Revenue Agent. In 1994, he became a Special Agent with Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation. He has worked several types of criminal investigations including tax evasion, embezzlement, investment fraud, money laundering and bankruptcy fraud. He is a graduate from Lakeland College with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
Matthew Rech became a Special Agent with Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation in 2006. He has worked several types of criminal investigations including tax evasion, embezzlement, employment tax schemes and money laundering. He is a former Milwaukee Police Officer and former Police & Fire Commissioner for the Town of Brookfield. He is a graduate from Marquette University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology. He also has an MBA from DeVry University and Post Graduate Studies in Taxation from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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