paid my estimated taxes with a cashiers check from savings account. Added transaction manually but QB only applied partial payment. How do I correct this?

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Hi boatshed2!

I'm happy to provide some helpful information regarding your concern her in the QuickBooks Community forum.

I'd like to confirm, have you checked on your Quarterly taxes page as to how much taxes you owe in every quarter?  If yes, have you also checked how much payment has been applied in each quarter?  If not, please do so as this can be the reason why QuickBooks Self-Employed system applied for partial payment.

If it happens that you owe taxes from the previous quarter, the system will auto designate tax payments to close out any balance left.
You can check out this article for more information about estimated taxes.

Please let me know if you have further questions, I'll be around to help. Wishing you continued success.

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