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Dave is correct both incomes are added together and you pay tax on it after what’s left after subtracting your expenses .
A few things to note
1. Check with your plastering job if your Tax file nomination form answered the question that you only have one job. This is important because the first $18,200 of your income is tax feee.
2. You will pay tax on your second job so you need to know how much this is going to be. This may also impact how much fees you will charge. You may be better off charging less if it means paying less tax. The tax rates will help in this .
Best to chat to an accountant on this so you know in advance.
Happy to help if needed .