According to the National Notary Association, there are 4.8 million notaries working in the U.S. Depending upon state regulations, notaries can perform marriages, witness and authenticate the signing or real estate mortgage loan documents and other legal contracts, and take and certify depositions. Notaries can make an average of $10 to $200 per signing, depending on the document type. Each state has individual guidelines that one must follow when First applying to become a notary. You will learn the ins and Outs of the application process state-by-state, including which states require training sessions and exams, and also information on the appointment process and individual state laws that govern the practice or notaries. Beyond providing you with the information on becoming a notary, you will he supplied with a wealth of information about opening your own notary business, including working as a mobile signing agent, where you travel to your customers, or operating a full-scale notary business managing other notaries. A special chapter on services you can offer and average prices charged for those services will he included. and also information on charging for travel fees, appointment no-shows, emergency notarizations, and many other services that can be offered for a fee. This complete manual will arm you with everything you need, including sample business forms, leases, and contracts: worksheets and checklists for planning, opening, and running day-to-day operations: plans and layouts: and dozens of other valuable, time-saving tools of the trade that no business owner should be without. A special section on the importance of keeping your notary journal up-to-date is included, as well as vital information about your unique notary stamp.
A well formatted and arranged log book for a Notary Public to keep accurate records. Value priced notary public journal with convenient pre-formatted entries, with space for all important notarial information, and a bonus of 10 pages for Notes and Journaling. The cover includes a section for the name of the notary public and beginning and ending dates for the journal entries. Beautiful High-quality cover Design and Binding, Soft cover. This is a very useful logbook to keep all activities organized and available for State inspection. Standard Notary Journal Design for The Following States: California - notary journal California Florida - notary journal Florida North Carolina (NC) - notary journal NC Oregon - notary journal Oregon Colorado - notary journal Colorado Maryland - notary journal Maryland Arizona - notary journal Arizona Indiana - notary journal Indiana Nevada - notary journal Nevada New Jersey (NJ) - notary journal NJ And More
An Interactive, Step-by-Step Guide to Policies, Procedures, & Profits
Author: Judith P. Lawrence,Daniel C. Lewis
Category: Business & Economics
This book is for anyone who wishes to become an entrepreneur, and specifically notaries. It is a step-by-step guideline as to how to create a business. Authors Daniel C. Lewis and Judith P. Lawrence are from opposite sides of the country, having connected on Linkedin, and having decided to combine their decades of business expertise to help others to either start a new business or make a transition to a different business easier. Daniel, who frequently lectures about starting a new career, knows first-hand the kind of hard work it takes to develop a new business. Judith, for whom this is a second life career, knows what it is like to be knocked all the way down and fight to come all the way back. This interactive book is a combination of facts and funny stories. The readers will learn about the PPP theory ... Policies, Procedures and Profits which will enhance their businesses immediately.
Comprehensive Blank Notary Log for detailed recording of notarial acts Product Information: Name Address Date Notarized Time Fee Charged Phone Number Email Travel Fee Service Performed Type and Date of Document Type of Identification Identification Number, Date Issued, Expiration date and Issuer Witness Name and Address Phone Number and Email Signer's Sign Witness Sign Space for Right Thumb Print Note/ Comment Section 8x10in Enough space for writing Get Your Copy Today!
This Notary Public Record book provides Notaries a place to record the important information for each transaction they perform.Most states require Notaries to maintain a record of their transactions. Each logbook entry includes: Detail of: Date/Time Notarized / Type of Service: Acknowledgement, Oat/Affirmation, Jurat, Other / Type of Document / Date of Document / Name, address and phone number of individual / Signature / Satisfactory evidences of ID: Driver's license, Known personally, Credible witness, Passport, I.D. Card, Other / Detail of I.D.: I.D. issue by, I.D. Number, Expiration Date, Issue Date / Additional Information / Name, address and phone number of witness /Signature of witness / Individual's right thumbprint, if required / Notary fee, Travel fee Pocket size 6x9 inches, 100 entries and 2 blank note pages. Get Start Notary Public Record Book today!