How Much Do Notaries Get Paid?


A notary earns between $42,726 and $57,451 per year. However, payment for notaries is often not specified and the amount a notary can charge to notarize is regulated by the state. A notary is a lawyer or person with legal exercise who is certified by the state to carry out acts in legal affairs, in particular witnessing signatures on documents.
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The amount that notaries get paid varies greatly depending on the area, the type of work, and the hours. Most notaries only get paid per signing, and might bring in an extra $200 per month. Some notaries work for an agency and can earn around $20,000 per year. You can find more information at www. associatedcontent. com/article/60773/notary_work_does_it_really_pay. html?cat=31
The amount that a notary public charges varies. Many states have a limit to what they can charge that ranges from $5-$10. If you have a bank account though, you can usually go to your bank to get something notarized and there will be no fee.
Most notaries charge anywhere from $25 to $100 dollars per notarizing depending on the type of documents they are dealing with. Some notaries work for companies where they notarize as part of their jobs, so their salaries will differ depending on their other work duties.
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