Why is the qualified business income deduction automatically filling in on tax planner?

I have noticed that when I run the tax planner to generate estimates for 2019 tax returns and generating quarterly estimated payments, that if the client had business income in 2018, the qualified business income deduction is automatically applied to 2019 projection, but there is no way for me to get rid of that automatic QBI deduction or adjust, other than to simply override it and enter a new figure.   Seems like the planner ought to allow me to adjust or remove that figure, without using override feature only. 

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Even if you remove the business income showing on the tax planner the QBI still appears?  

If I put -0- for business income for 2019 the QBI for 2019 disappears as well.

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