Rounding financial numbers
For the accounting features. Please make all numbers round to the nearest dollar.

For rounding related to change order financial markup, use this ticket: https://feedback.procore.com/forums/183340/suggestions/13748373
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28 comments

Sal Bousleiman commented
Prime invoice rounding error

John Waller commented
Another vote for this preference.
I have never had cents appear on any reports when using other financial packages.
Dollars only would make reports easier to read and save precious pixels on paper.

Cian McGowan commented
There needs to be an option to toggle on/off rounding to the nearest whole dollar in the reports while maintaining the cents in the background. This would make the reports much more visually appealing, without sacrificing accuracy.

Sal Bousleiman commented
There should be an option to save column space and omit the decimal fraction from the reported numbers by visually rounding the numbers to the nearest dollar (similar to the Decimal Places setting/functionality in Excel). The underlying numbers would not be altered or rounded in any way.
2 decimals 0 decimals
999.53 1,000
1,002.36 1,002
Sum 2,001.89 2,002 
Sal Bousleiman commented
There should be an option to visually round to the nearest dollar, without altering the decimal portion. This would lead to more column space (larger font) on the reports.

Mukesh Darke commented
turn off rounding

Anonymous commented
rounding financial numbers

Renee Hurtado commented
I am having the same problem. I am losing money. By this rounding issue, it is making my owner pay apps off and makes it quite time consuming when I am having to edit my PDF to make it correct when dealing with banks and our numbers don't match. This has been an ongoing issue.

lcollins commented
Procore really needs to round to the nearest dollar... no more pennies.... please! At least give us as a company that option.

Raena Cunningham commented
"PCCO's display only 2 digits past the decimal for sales tax.. In NYC the Sales Tax is 8.875%, however it displays an approximate of 8.88%."

Shannon Mitchell commented
Retainage confusion. I realize retainage is calculated on each item. The problem with this is will create some rounding problems. On the summary tab of the pay app, if verify the calculation based on the presented figures, there can sometimes be a difference. See attached. I personally don't care about a 4 cent difference because everything will workout at the end of the contract. However, I waste a lot of time explaining our pay app to architects regarding the rounding difference. A rounding solution would be a time saver.

Nicholas O'Brien commented
When entering in a default percentage of retainage, sometimes the amounts differ from calculations in excel  due to decimal point rounding
This then creates discrepancies between Procore generated reports and reports from the bank (using Excel).
Proposed Solution: Implement a failsafe, or a reminder advising that the amount can be different to say an excel calculation. 
Monika Mikl commented
The financial markups on the budget tab are added and rounded in a way that differs from the prime contract tab, resulting in a difference of a few cents. This makes it impossible to create an accurate and precise budget.
Budget tab: entire values are added together, THEN rounded to two decimals at the end.
Prime Contract tab: rounds each value to two decimals first, THEN adds.
Please update the calculation on the budget tab so that the totals are cohesive across the site. Thanks. 
Dawn Shirley commented
I have actually seen a similar request and i can confirm that has been reviewed by our engineers and we found that the way the calculations work in Procore is that it does indeed calculate the whole numbers, before rounding it off to 2 decimal points.
We also performed a few tests to confirm that the difference is never more than $1.00 when rounded and this is consistent throughout Procore. Modifying this behavior would have to be a new feature that can be suggested on our user feedback forum.
Please let me know if you do have any questions and i am more than happy to help.
_________________PLEASE fix this. Coworkers have little enough trust in computers without me having to explain why numbers don't match.

Anonymous commented
Unit/Quantity Based Prime Contract
We like this functionality; however, it is currently not practical due to rounding issues. Four decimal places is not enough on the unit price to make it match our individual bid line items. It would be nice if you gave us the option to set the number of decimals needed to make it match. If this is not clear, feel free to call us. 
Morgan Traynor commented
Can we have a project default setting that allows us to eliminate the $.00 cents on Pay Apps and only show whole dollar values? Additionally, have a default setting that allows us to have whole percentages (i.e. 7% vs. 7.34%).

Brian Mola commented
The new change is a waste of time and we are trying to be a Lean Company. We typically round everything so rarely use cents. When I do need to use cents, then I have to add 2 or 3 more keystrokes. Now with this change, I MUST add 2 keystrokes for every. single. line. item. Complete waste of time. Go back to the old way or allow a toggle on a company by company or project by project basis.

Regarding the fixed decimal in the first screen for the amount. This is inconsistent with every other screen in Procore where a numeric value is entered. When a person is accustomed to keying the decimal, this does not help as it rearranges the numbers in the value. I’ve had to do may corrections due to this issue.

Leah Amador commented
Setting retainage on a pay app and it pulls 10% from each line item, rounding the lines then adding it up as opposed to taking 10% of the total. 10%, needs to be 10%, if you are rounding on individual lines, then Procore needs to write an algorithm that alternates rounding, So the overall percentage at the end of a project is accurate. Example: Total is $204,300.00, but after retainage it says 20,430.02 instead of 20,430.00.

Mukesh Darke commented
Please roundup to the nearest dollar for financials. Our clients do not like cents. As a compromise for those contractors who do like cents, have a feature similar to Excel where you can choose the number of decimal places.