Looks like you're really close. The RENT value is correct. So, my hunch is that you loaded the other three expenses more than once. What I would suggest is that you go to blueprint mode, put a "0" as a formula in all the line items. Then remove the zero formula. This will zero out your values. Then reload the data. See if that helps.
Re: 10.2.2 Import Data into Non Employee Expenses Module
Thank you Jared for your advice and quick response!
I zeroed previuosly imported data by changing formula. After importing, results are still the same - in millions which are 10 times higher than they supposed to be.
Tried to zero and import the data many times, but unfortunately, no changes. The only thing I've noticed is that Target model has some references while mine doesn't have. Profit and Loss topic is in my next 11 Lesson. Could it be the reason of difference? Screenshots are attached for your reference.
So, first of all your import is perfect. No change is needed there. If you change the number format to 4 decimal places, you'll notice RENT does not have any decimals and not-coincidentally that is the one that is importing correctly. So the issue must be that you've set your number format to expect 1000's using the decimal place. Make sure each of your number formats look like this: