How Much Money does a Notary Public Make?

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Many notaries do not do this as a primary profession. They may charge $5 or $10 for each document to be notarized. Those that do choose to pursue this as a profession can make between $25-$73,000 per year. You can find out more information here: www.payscale.com
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