Hello there, @Al Borland.
I appreciate you getting back to me with this information.
If you're using the desktop version of QuickBooks, the steps provided above by my colleague GlinetteC are how you can set up through Custom Setup to allow editing of all settings.
When selecting the Tax tracking type, choose None, the Simple IRA Co. Match will not report to any forms. Thus, I recommend consulting your accountant to verify if it's the right thing to do.
For more detailed instructions with setting up a payroll item in QuickBooks Desktop, you can refer back to this article: Set up a payroll item for retirement benefits (401(K), Simple IRA, etc.).
Additionally, you check out this article on how to set up and pay scheduled or custom (unscheduled) liabilities.
Let me know if you have any follow-up questions about the retirement plan or other payroll concerns. I'm here to help you out. Take care and stay safe!