Special Agent Heather L. McCue is a senior Special Agent at Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation. She began her career with IRS-CI in 2005. Throughout her career at the IRS many of her cases have focused on Bank Secrecy Act violations including structuring, filing of false Currency Transaction Reports and the prosecution of unlicensed money transmitters. Since 2012, she had been the coordinator for the Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) program for the IRS-CI New York Field Office. As such, she has provided numerous trainings to financial institutions and other law enforcement partners on SARs and how to improve their use by the law enforcement community. In her daily responsibilities as the coordinator, Special Agent McCue uses SARs to develop new cases for the field office and provides support to cases that involve the Bank Secrecy Act.
Previous to becoming a Special Agent, Heather was a tax attorney who developed, implemented, and ran a Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic in New Hampshire. Her role provided support to taxpayers who could not afford to hire representation for matters involving the IRS.
Heather holds a J.D. from University Of New Hampshire Law School and a B.S. from the University of Arizona. She is a member in good standing of the New Hampshire Bar.