A list of supplies and items every notary should have
To record your monetary business transactions and to give to customers.
If you don’t have a Squared Up credit card scanner or if something goes wrong with your phone and you’re not able to use it.
A receipt is also like a business card, it’s a way for the customer to remember you and find you in the future for service.
Squared Up account and credit card scanner
A credit card scanner to accept credit cards threw your phone.
It will also send your clients a receipt of the transaction via sms or email.
Notarize here/Sign here tabs
To place on loan signing documents flagging which pages need to be signed and notarized
Helps to speed the process of notarizing a big package
Stamp pad and refill ink
To have for back up if yourself inking stamp runs out of ink
Good for other stamps you might have.
Accounting software (free is best)
To manage your business, bill your clients
For tax purposes
To file your contracts, invoices, clients, and in and everything you have on paper for your company.
Files and Folders
To go into your filing cabinet for organization
To keep your loan documents neat and separated while in route to a customer’s house.
To advertise your business
To calculate things
Sometimes it’s quicker to have a handy dandy calculator, then to use your cellphone or computer to make calculations
To mail out invoices, collection letters, bills, etc
Stapler and Staple remover (for office and your bag)
To staple documents together
Some sort of messenger bag
To keep all your supplies for travel
To keep documents
For notaries who travel (Sometimes as a Mobile Notary I’ve had signing where there wasn’t always a table or countertop to notarize on)
Pens (they are a must have item, I like to get minds in bulk)
I’m not affiliated with any links above. I just selected websites for example purposes. If you would like to add to the list or have a better link then by all means comment and I will update the list.