In an investment hierarchy, some of the cost and benefit values are not showing the expected values (sometimes even just zero).
Any Clarity release.
In order for the costs and benefits for a child investment to match the values shown when checking that child investment 'Self' value, its allocation value needs to be 100%. If the allocation % is different, costs and benefits will be calculated accordingly.
For example, if an investment with a Planned Cost of $264,400 is 0% allocated to this investment, the Planned Cost shown in the investment hierarchy will be $0:
Change the allocation % to the desired value.
An investment may be allocated to multiple parents, with any allocation value between 0% and 100%. Regardless of how many parents have an investment, allocations total value must be either 0% or 100%.