Quick Answer: How Much Can You Charge For Notary Services In California??

Effective January 01,2017, California has changed the maximum allowed fee per signature to $15 instead of $10 that it has been previously.

Expect UPS stores, and all places that charge for Notary Fees to adjust their fee to $15 per signature effective January 1st, 2017, instead of the usual $10 per signature.

Do notary publics make good money?

Make great money, start part time, have the potential to grow your income to a six-figure business, all without requiring a college degree. In conclusion a part-time notary making $100 a file makes roughly $2,200 a month and a full-time signing agent that makes $100 dollars a file makes $6,500 a month.

How much do notaries get paid?

According to Payscale, the average hourly pay for a notary public ranges from $9 all the way up to a little over $21. The fees notaries are allowed to charge for particular services vary from state to state; however, in many states, notaries are allowed to charge what they like for travel fees.

How much does a mobile notary public charge?

You can check with your Secretary of State office for specific details. A Fair price will be about $25 – $40 for 1 to 2 Notarizations and an additional $5 – $10 per notarization thereafter. Fourth know the rules for Notarization in your state. Most of the time, the Notary is going to want to know two things.

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