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1099 income is called out separately on tax forms, but it is part of your company income, so for estimated tax purposes, just use the net profit number for your company.
I don’t use QBSE so any more help than that I can’t provide, it is just not ready for prime time IMO.
I find it more reliable to use the IRS form 1040-es which is free and has a worksheet that is accurate IMO. A little head scratching and you can put it in an excel sheet to make it easier
Resolution for Issue 'QB SE Tax settings: How do I enter Social Security and pension 1099 income to get the correct tax estimate?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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