I have always treated the CCA schedules on the T776, T2125, T2042, T777 etc the way we treat the T2 Schedule 8. I only ever put in whole numbers for additions/disposals, and only ever take whole numbers for CCA. Personally, I have never run into any issues on any business statements, or partnership statements.
For Automotive statements (T777) or Automotive CCA on a business statement that has a personal use factor, I do the same thing (rounded to the nearest dollar CCA) but the actual CCA allocated to business normally ends up with cents because it is the rounded CCA figure multiplied by business km’s over total km’s.
For the record, I can certainly live with whatever you guys decide to do @Cameron, which also includes not changing anything at all, as this is not likely a terribly important issue, and it may take away from concentrating resources on more important things.
If you were to do this, the Optimizations area would certainly work, also the “CCAClaim” area works too where you specify the CCA Claim order, CCA on buildings etc. Of course, if it was located in the CCAClaim area, you might need a global default setting of “on or off” somewhere else in the options configuration, which the user would set based on their preference, as each statement has its own CCAclaim area. Of course, just a Global on or off (rounded or exact CCA) setting in Options area might do the entire trick too.
What I might envision is when I went to the CCAClaim area of lets say the T776 there would be a question that says round CCA to the nearest Dollar which would or would not automatically be pre-populated with a check mark based on Options configuration.
Once again, not a terribly important option, but I like it because I have always hated cents on a T1 CCA schedule.