Split Dollars and Cents from one Field into two Text Boxes on a Report

What is the easiest way to split dollars and cents so they can be displayed separately on a report.  For example, if I have $1.50, I want the 1 in one text box and the 50 in the other.  I don't  need the decimal or $ sign.  This is purely a formatting situation where the dollars and cents each have their own columns on the report to clearly delineate between the two values.

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