What will your taxes look like in 2011?

Kelly Phillips Erb

Tax Day 2010 has come and gone, much to the relief of many taxpayers. But it's never too early to start planning for the next tax year. Given all of the government's moves to stimulate the economy -- and the debt it has acquired doing so -- can you expect to pay more or less in taxes in 2011?

Here's a rundown of what's in store for the next tax year:

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