Many of our students ask us about how to run a notary business. One of the first steps of running any business is accurate notary expense accounting and notary invoicing. Still, every type of business is different, and it can be especially challenging to find software that works with a notary business because notary services are different than regular business services.
Our partners at Notary Gadget have created awesome accounting software that can help you track your notary fees, send professional invoices, track payments, track mileage, track notarial acts, manage your calendar, and track your expenses and self-employment tax.
It even includes the right notary public invoice template for notary signing agent invoices.
What is a Notary Invoice?
A notary invoice is an itemized bill that outlines the services performed by a notary public. It typically includes information such as the date of service, type of document that was notarized, number of documents witnessed or signed, fees paid and any additional charges. The invoice can also include a brief description of the type of service provided. Notary invoices are important for documenting services performed and providing accurate accounting records.