How much do FBI agents make after taxes?
FBI agents normally make from 64,000 to 90,000 dollars annually.
It depends on the positions of the FBI agents. Example, a GS-10 agent has a base annual income of $42,548 to $53,185. Once they get promoted to a higher level like GS-13 agents, then their annual salary can increase to $64,478 to $80,597. FBI employees who have been working for less than a year make around $47,500 and those who have been in service for one to four years can make a annual income of…
FBI Agents are not paid by the hour, they are salaried. FBI Agents all graduate the Academy at GS-10, step 1. In addition, they receive additional locality pay and LEAP (Law Enforcement Availability Pay) which is an additional 25% of your base salary. A new FBI agent's total pay can be over $70,000 a year, and they are expected to work at least 50 hours a week.
FBI weapons FBI now issue the Glock 23 to all Special Agents on graduation. Agents are able to purchase and carry the smaller Glock 27 (subcompact 40 cal.) as a back up. The most commonly used sub-machine gun is the Heckler and Koch MP5/10, the 10mm variant of the famous MP5 However the FBI issues all agents a 12 gauge shotgun and most agents are also issued an M-4 (.223).