There are many ways to find the tax forms and supporting documents you need. You can download them from the IRS's website and print them at home or at the library. Printing at the library is .15 per black and white page. You can also order federal forms, publications, and instructions online or by phone. They will be mailed to you when they become available. If you need assistance in preparing or filing, there are resources available.
You can pick up state forms and instructions at the library while supplies last. You can also download and print state forms, publications, and instructions from the State Department of Revenue's website. Indiana offers assistance in preparing or filing state taxes for qualifying low-income individuals and seniors.
Where can I have my taxes done?
staff cannot give tax advice or guidance, nor can we recommend tax
services. This is a Google Map of registered accountants in
Free tax assistance can be arranged by calling 211. To qualify, individuals must have made less than $60,000 in 2014 and have no farming property or foreign income. Please have your zip code ready when you call.
Research & Information
Book & Library Resources
Biography in Context
Biography in Context is an engaging online experience for those seeking contextual information on the world's most influential people
ChiltonLibrary.com represents the most authoritative automotive repair information available to car owners.
Science in Context is an engaging online experience for those seeking contextual information on hundreds of today's most significant science topics.
Learn how to code and program in an interactive environment. Codeacademy is entirely free.
Learn how to code websites, Apps, games, and more.
Searching for a job? Glassdoor can help you find reviews of companies, salary overviews, photos, and more!
If you have a question, please contact us, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
EPL has two adult book clubs and one for older children. Personal book clubs are welcome to check out book club sets for personal use.
See the newest items added to the EPL collection.
eBook & Audiobook Help
Download free audiobooks in the public domain.
Access thousands of free eBooks for Indiana students and their families. Content includes chapter books, graphic novels, picture books and more.
To log on, make sure the school name is "Hoosier Family of Readers, Indiana Department of Education". The username and password is, "read".
Homework, College, and Job searching tools.
Homework help for grades 5 and under.
Sign up for email updates from Eckhart Public Library.
The Community Foundation of DeKalb County provides donors with a way to create permanent support for the charitable projects they care about.
The DeKalb Chamber Partnership works to connect businesses with education and the community ultimately creating an enjoyable place to live, work, and play.
Find out more about the happenings of DeKalb County, Indiana.
Serving downtown Auburn, Indiana since 1940.
Education & Schools
Government, Civic, & Medical Information
Prepare for exams, compare colleges, find scholarships and financial aid information, and more!
This site has help for students in math, science, economics & finance, arts & humanities, computing, and test prep. Create a free account with an email address.
Helps you plan, prepare, and pay for college. There are areas for K-12 Students, College Students, and Adult Students.
This site allows you to take free online classes on technology, literacy, and mathematics.
Impact Institute, previously Four County, works with individuals in DeKalb, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben and Whitley County to acquire adult education and get their GED.
A great resource to prepare for college and grad school. Prepare for exams, compare colleges, find scholarships and financial aid information, and more!
This is a full alphabetical list of all the podcast channels listed in our directory for use with children, young people and educational professionals.
This site provides information and access to financial aid for college.
This site allows you to take practice tests and research exams such as: SAT, ACT, GRE, Praxis, and more.
This site helps you find online, accredited colleges that fit your budget.
Enter for your monthly chance to win a college scholarship.
Need to take an exam?
We can proctor exams at Eckhart Public Library. Get more information!
DeKalb County's Hospital and wellness facility.
Free driving tests for new drivers as well as practice tests for CDL and motorcycle license exams.
Find elected officials based on location. Can use address or map.
A new way to get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Launches October 1st.
This site includes forms for civil cases, criminal cases, divorce proceedings, child support, appeals, and more.
Avoid scams, protect your kids, and be secure on the Internet.
A guide for pet safety for owners.
This site allows you to download tax forms directly from the IRS.
Get registered to vote, find election dates, and polling locations.
Check DeKalb County Genealogy Society's website for meeting times and publications.
Check here for indices and transcripts of vital records, old newspapers, and other DeKalb County resources.
Check the county historian's Facebook page for updates on preservation and educational projects and historic photos.
Search Indiana State Library's page for historic records.
This database contains military records, historic photos and documents, and city directories helpful to all levels of genealogists. Patrons can access this database from their home computers with an Eckhart Public Library card or computer use card.
This database contains Irish, Welsh, Scottish, and English Records. It must be accessed at the Genealogy Center.
Check out other states' Gen Web sites for indices and transcripts of records.
Family Search is a free database provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. You do not need to register to search, but you must register in order to build and save a family tree.
This is a free, easily searchable grave site database.
This database contains census records, the Freedman's Bank, and the Periodical Search Index, among other resources. Patrons can access this database from their home computers with an Eckhart Public Library card or computer use card.
To use Ancestry, with no additional cost, you can use our subscription available at the Genealogy Center.