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Fiducia advisors have specialist knowledge and experience in attending to the specific needs of the medical and health profession.


Fiducia advisors ensure you are taking advantage of all the tax deductions you are entitled to, some common and others not so commonly known.


We develop tailored tax minimisation strategies and provide advice on structuring your practice.

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We advise on your trading structure, company compliance and implement individual strategies to reduce your tax liability.


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Recent News

Important information regarding your employer superannuation contributions

The ATO has recently implemented changes to employer super contributions that will affect

you. This new reform is known as SuperStream.

We are conscious of the time involved and possible disruption to your business in
attempting to comply, so we are working with our SMSF software provider BGL Corporate
Solutions Pty Ltd to provide a solution.

What is SuperStream?

SuperStream is a government reform aimed at improving the efficiency of the
superannuation system. Under SuperStream, employers must report super contributions on
behalf of their employees by submitting data and payment details electronically in
accordance with the SuperStream standard. All superannuation funds, including SMSFs,
must receive contribution details electronically in accordance with this standard.

Is there a fee?

The Electronic Service Address provider charges a fee of $25 per annum. Our once off fee
for the implementation is $250, so for the first year the total fee will be $275 and then $25
per annum thereafter.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.

Proposed 2012 Federal Budget Tax Changes

The Federal Government is proposing an immediate write off of assets purchased up to $6,500 for small business.
$5,000 for new car purchases and a significant change to the small business tax rules around claiming losses. Currently, tax losses can only be claimed against future income, the Treasurer Wayne Swan is proposing to change these rules and allow small business to claim back tax paid in prior years by offsetting a tax loss incurred this year!

On the down side, the Federal Government is planning to reduce the amount you can put into superannuation from $50,000 to $25,000 for people who are close to retirement.

Proposed changes to tax treatment of LAFHA - Attention 457 VISA holders

The Federal Government has recently outlined changes to the Living Away From Home Allowance (LAFHA) from 1 July 2012. Currently, the allowance has not been taxable to the employee and is generally exempt from Fringe Benefits Tax.

The government intends to change the legislation from 1 July 2012 to include the accommodation and food component as assessable to the employee. This will result in a reduction in the employee take home pay. 

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