I know making installments is a great way to keep on top of what you owe to the government and helps by not leaving you with a large lump sum to make all at once. It's awesome that you've got this kind of arrangement with the CRA for your GST remittances. I'll help you with finding how to make the installments in QuickBooks Desktop.
There's actually a good step-by-step article right in product that I recommend checking out for these purposes. This is how you can find it.
The article I pulled up that I think will be helpful for you is called "Pay sales tax liabilities by instalments."
If you'd like some guidance, don't be afraid to reach out to our support team. An agent would be happy to help you make sure that you've got this right. Learn about contact details, hours, and support policies here: Intuit QuickBooks Desktop software support policies
I hope that helps! Enjoy the rest of your day.
QuickBooks Desktop includes a wide variety of text fields to give you the opportunity to notate and enter details into your books the way you'd like to. I want to make sure you have access to the text fields you need while using QuickBooks Desktop Pro Accountant. I'm here to help.
Knowing which text field you're looking at will be helpful here. For instance, if it's a text box that's part of the steps to entering a sales tax instalment, feel free to let me know what step you're on and what field you're looking at. You can even include an image in the body of your reply to add a visual representation of what you're seeing.
If you'd prefer, you can also reach out to our tech support team using one of the options outlined in the following article: Intuit QuickBooks Desktop software support policies. This will give you the chance to work with a member of our team one-on-one in real time to get back to work as quickly as possible.
Go with whichever option works best for you! I'll keep an eye out in case you respond here.