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How are cash equivalents defined in the notes
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The financial statements of Tootsie Roll are presented in Appendix A of this book, together with an auditor's report-Report of Independent Auditors.

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Using the financial statements and reports, answer these questions about Tootsie Roll's internal controls and cash.

(a) What comments, if any, are made about cash in the "Report of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm"?

(b) What data about cash and cash equivalents are shown in the consolidated balance sheet (statement of financial position)?

(c) What activities are identified in the consolidated statement of cash flows as being responsible for the changes in cash during 2009?

(d) How are cash equivalents defined in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements?

(e) Read the section of the report titled "Management's Report on Internal Control Over Financial Reporting." Summarize the statements made in that section of the report. 




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