C# convert money to decimal

I have a windows application that pulls a money datatype.  when it pulls that data from the DB even thought in SQL it shows 111454.01 when i pull it with my C# app it pulls as 111454.0100.  so i want to convert that to only have 2 deciamal values.  i tried string.format("{0,C}",myvalue) but this gives me a money value but the decimal places are correct so i just replace the "$" and "," in that value and it will work, but is there a better way to do this? Perhaps a string.format(???,myvalue) that I am not sure of?
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String.Format("{0:.##}", myvalue);

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