How to become a Home Business Notary for less than $200
One opportunity you should think about is forming a home
business notary office, if you want to enter the great
world of home based business. This is a field that’s becoming
more and more popular with people who want to have their
own home based business. This guide will help you decide
it becoming a notary is right for you.
There are many benefits to being a home business notary.
Chief among them is the ability to choose the way you want
to work. You can be mobile and go from client to client,
or you can set up your notary service in your home and
have your clients come to you. You can work part-time or
full time. It’s all up to you!
And there are various ways on how to become a notary and
get your notary license. Most states have specific guidelines
and licenses that they require before you can open your
home business notary. You will have to check with your
state notary association for full details on the requirements
for a home business notary. Generally, though, to become
a home business notary and receive a notary license, you
have to take a brief course that usually only takes one
day of your time, and then you take a notary exam. Local
community colleges and universities in your area very likely
offer the classes necessary to become a notary public.
If there aren’t any colleges in your area that offer a
notary public class, you can find schools online that do.
Correspondence courses are also available. Make sure,
though, that any class you take fulfills your particular
state’s notary public requirements for obtaining a notary
license. The courses usually cost about $120, but that’s
a small investment that will bring you big returns in the
It’s also a good idea to check out the opportunities for
notary public services in your area. Some places to look
are at banks, financial institutions of all types, attorneys,
nursing homes, real estate offices, and insurance companies.
These are just a few of the many types of businesses that
have a need for reliable notary public services.
Most of them would prefer to have a notary public on call
rather than have one on staff in order to cut back on employee
expenses and employee benefits. This is good news for you,
because it means that there are more chances that a company
will use your notary public services on an as needed basis,
which allows you to have more clients. Many of them will
even allow you to rent a desk and phone space in exchange
for your notary public services. Charges for notary public
services range anywhere from $25 to $200, depending on
the service you provide.