Our People

Phil DiCandilo
Partner - Bunbury


Phil is a Director of the Business Advisory division in Bunbury. Since joining the firm in 1996 Phil has gained experience working in other regional offices before settling in the Bunbury office in Western Australia in 2005. Having always lived in regional Western Australia and coming from a farming background, Phil has a great understanding of the highs and lows of being in business.

Phil is a father of three girls and also understands the importance of having a healthy work-life balance. Phil is responsible for a large portfolio of business clients and has a great team around him to ensure he can meet with his clients at short notice and deliver your compliance needs in a timely manner.

 Having a special interest in superannuation, Phil is the partner in charge of the superannuation team that consult and prepare the compliance for over 300 self-managed super funds for RSM clients in the South West.

Phil DiCandilo is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.

Solutions Phil provides

Phil’s areas of practice include:

  • businesses operating in the SME market place
  • new start up business including choosing the correct structure
  • self-managed super funds

He provides a range of services, including advice and assistance in all areas of income tax, GST, succession planning, retirement planning, business plans, business structure, business health checks, wealth creation and superannuation planning.

Professional associations

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Treasurer, Enable WA
  • Member, Goodies Bunbury


  • Bachelor of Business - Accounting (Edith Cowan University)

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How to strengthen and simplify your allied health practice

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