I've got the steps to apply your Q1 2022 tax payments to the Q4 of 2021, @dgingiss.
To begin with, you'll have to locate the downloaded tax payments and then exclude them from the Transactions page. This way, they won't be recorded under Q1 2022. I'll guide you on how to do it:
- Go to Transactions on the left panel.
- Filter the list of transactions to show This Year only.
- You can also filter the Category Type for Estimated Taxes only.
- Click the drop-down arrow to expand transaction details.
- Put a checkmark on Exclude box.
- Hit Save.
Once done, you'll have to manually enter these transactions and ensure the date is within Q4 of 2021, for example, December 18 of 2021.
- From the Transactions tab, select the Add Transaction button.
- Enter the Transaction Details.
- Make sure to use dates within Q4 of 2021 as the Transaction date.
- Click Save.
I'm adding this reference for more details about recording entries by hand: Manually add transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Alternatively, if you imported the Q1 2022 payments, you can exclude the transactions and import them again with the Q4 2021 date. I've got this article to guide you with the process: Add Older Transactions to QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Additionally, please take a look at this article to learn more few things about managing imported and online banking entries: Categorize transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.
That should lead you in the right direction. If you have other concerns or fixes you want to know, feel free to place a comment below. I'm always ready to help you. Stay safe and more power to your business!