CCA calculating two different amounts on a 50/50 partnership

I have entered a self employed business, where my partner and I both own 50%. I have entered all of the information twice, all of it is the same, but turbo tax has calculated two different CCA amounts at 20% (which doesn't even add up to 20% of the full amount) what is going on?

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 I would need more detail on that. If There is a first year half year rule, and  CCA for different assets are treated differently. If this is for the vehicle it is deducted form your portion of partnership income and software is smart enough to deduct exactly the amount to take you income to ) and leave the  rest for future. Please provide screenshots. 

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