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Husband And Wife: Notary Partners In Business And In Life

By Cindy Medrano on July 23, 2014 - Some people flee their coworkers once the day comes to an end, but these two can’t wait to spend time together outside of the office. Meet Curtis and Barbara Daniels, a husband and wife Notary team from Oceanside, California, who have been in business together for 11 years.

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Veterans Counselor Pursues Notary Commission To Better Serve His Community

By Kelle Clarke on July 02, 2014 - Most people who attended NNA 2014 Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, were looking for ways to advance their careers. But veteran Mike Tillotson came in the hopes of finding a new way to help homeless and needy veterans by taking advantage of the complimentary one-day Conference pass for veterans, sponsored by the National Notary Foundation.

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Forged Notary Seals Earn Criminal Longer Prison Sentence

By Michael Lewis on June 24, 2014 - Forging Notary seals is a serious crime that warrants an “enhanced” prison sentence, according to a federal appeals court ruling issued last week.

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How One Notary Built A Second Business Out Of Her Day Job

By David Thun on June 18, 2014 - When Monica Haverkamp took a job as an executive assistant at American Airlines, she never expected that her Notary commission would earn her extra income. But thanks to some word of mouth and a few well-placed and cleverly designed flyers, her Notary business has grown exponentially.

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Family Business: A Look At Notaries Who Work With Their Dads

By David Thun on June 13, 2014 - In honor of Father's Day this month, we're sharing the story of two Notary dads who have created winning business teams with their children. More

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Minnesota Notaries Get A Significant Raise

By David Thun on May 28, 2014 - 2014 has been a busy year for states raising the amount Notaries can charge for their services. Minnesota is the newest state, raising fees its Notaries may charge effective August 1.

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Bubble Baths, Lawyers and Camels: Notaries Share Stories Of Their Strangest Assignments

By David Thun on May 21, 2014 - We recently asked members of the NNA’s Facebook community to share their strangest on-the-job experiences, and there were some wild ones.

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Santa Monica Notaries Volunteer To Help People And Places In Need

By David Thun on May 21, 2014 - John F. Kennedy said “One person can make a difference and every person should try.” That quote inspired Notary Kelly Charpenet to first reach out to help the homeless in her community of Santa Monica, California.

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Notary Safety: Four Tips For Protecting Yourself On The Road

By Kelle Clarke on May 14, 2014 - For mobile Notaries traveling to unfamiliar locations, meeting total strangers and driving long distances, keeping safe on the road and at the assignment is always a top priority. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.

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Celebrating Notary Moms And Their Families

By Kelle Clarke on May 08, 2014 - Over the years, the National Notary Association has encountered more than a few Notary moms who share their unique careers with one or more of their offspring, and we wanted to celebrate them as we approach Mother’s Day next month. So we reached out to our Notary community to hear their stories of teamwork and companionship.

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