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Russell Simmons Will Take Your Financial Questions Now

Hip-hop mogul and self-help author will give advice about money to 'Rolling Stone' readers

February 1, 2011 4:45 PM ET
Russell Simmons Will Take Your Financial Questions Now
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Russell Simmons is a hip-hop impresario, a media mogul and a super generous dude. His second self-help book Super Rich: A Guide to Having it All just hit stores last month – and he's ready to offer up more financial advice for Rolling Stone readers.

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If you have a question for Simmons regarding money, building your own company or anything else having to do with business, you can ask it in the comments section here, on facebook.com/rollingstone or on Twitter with the #RussellSimmonsRS hashtag.

Later in the week Russell Simmons will answer several questions on rollingstone.com.

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