T-SQL format 10000 as 10,000

In the following code I am able to add comas using CAST(... money) but it comes with trailing .00

Question: How can I get rid of these trailing .00?

I have tried:

REPLACE(CONVERT(varchar(20), (CAST(SUM(table.value) AS money)), 1), '.00', '')

but, maybe this is dynamic sql, the highlighted portion above produces error. (Incorrect syntax near '.00').

Thank you.
	SELECT @nsql = 'SELECT t.LastYearCount  as [' + @LY + '], 
	CONVERT(varchar(20), (CAST(t.CurrYearCount AS money)), 1)  as [' + @YYYY + '], 
	convert(varchar,convert(decimal(8,1),(t.IncreaseOverLastYear/100))) as [%]  
	FROM t14StatType AS s INNER JOIN (t08MedCenter AS m INNER JOIN t10YearlyCount AS t 
	ON m.MedCtrID = t.MedCtr_ID) ON s.StatTypeID = t.StatType_ID 
	WHERE (((s.StatTypeID)=' + CONVERT(varchar(100),@StatType_ID) + ') AND ((t.YYYY)=' + @YYYY + ') AND ((m.ExcludeYN)=0) 
	   AND ((t.Region_ID)=' + CONVERT(varchar(100),@RegionID) + ')) ORDER BY m.Sort;' 

    EXEC (@nsql)

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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
which version of SQL Server is this for please? (or, which versions)
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
2008 r2
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
mmm, see is STR() or FLOOR() help perhaps?

declare @m as money = 10000.12

select @m, str(@m,8,0), floor(@m)
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
mmm(2), see is STR() or FLOOR()or ROUND  help perhaps?

declare @m as money = 10000.12

select @m, str(@m,8,0), floor(@m), round(@m,0)
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
replace(convert(varchar(20),CAST(t.LastYearCount  AS money), 1),''.00'','''')

I had to double single quotes.
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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