|There is no rounding in Excel that can be turned on or off. There are formatting options that can be used and there are rounding functions, but there is no "switch" to enable or disable rounding.|
If I were you, the first thing I would check is the 14.1 value. If that value is actually 14.1054187251254, the result of your division formula will be $2,043.00. If the cell that displays 14.1 is formatted to display only 1 decimal place, it will show 14.1 but it might actually be 14.1054187251254.
Well, to be precise, if your 14.1 is 14.1054187251254 then the real answer is $2,042.99996771232 which will display as $2,043.00 if the cell is set to display 2 decimal places.
The point here is that no matter what the cell is set to display, Excel uses to actual value when it performs the operations.
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