Senior Associate, Cork Office
Mark is a Senior Associate, practising as part of the firm’s Tax team. He advises businesses on cross-border VAT issues and is experienced at applying Ireland’s network of double tax treaties to individual and corporate clients’ particular circumstances. Mark also has experience of tax disputes. He has worked on Revenue audits, disclosure settlements, and tax appeals.
Before joining RDJ, Mark worked as a tax consultant in a top 10 Irish accountancy practice where he advised personal and corporate clients across all tax heads.
University College Cork (LLM) (BCL)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA).
Highly experienced and responsive team. They provide a superb service and their advice is always top class– The Legal 500 (2022)
Direct Tax Cases: Decisions from the Irish Courts and Tax Appeals Commission Determinations
RDJ Senior Associate Mark Ludlow is a regular contributor to the Irish Tax Review, who's feature regarding Direct Tax Cases: Decisions from the Irish Courts and Tax Appeals Co...
Budget 2024 – Supporting Individuals, Families and Business
As the Corporation Tax receipts continue at least for now, Budget 2024 has sought to balance the need of supporting families in the continuing cost of living crunch with the n...
Disclaimers: Recent Case Law Issues
RDJ Tax Partner and Head of Private Client Services, Eoin Tobin examines the legal and tax effects of disclaimers in the context of the recent High Court decision of Twomey J ...
Revenue Audit & Investigations Handbook co-authored by RDJ Tax Partner
RDJ Tax Partner, Mark Barrett is co-author of the 3rd edition of "Revenue Audits & Investigations – The Professional’s Handbook" published by The Irish Tax Institute. The ...
Revenue’s Code of Practice for Compliance Interventions
Mark Barrett, RDJ Chartered Tax Adviser and Aidan Lucey, PWC Ireland Tax Partner, explore the core components in Revenue’s Code of Practice, which went live on 1 May 2022, and...
Budget 2023 – Supporting Individuals, Families and Business
RDJ Tax Partner John Cuddigan and David Rodgers provide an overview of the taxation measures introduced by Budget 2023.