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Of course you'll need your notary commission that you will get through your County Clerk. Depending on when you get your application in it can take a few weeks to get your commission approved and ready for you to pick up. You will need a bond before you pick up your commission that you can get from the NNA or just about any insurance company. In Tennessee you will need a $10K bond, which is about $50 for your 4 year term. I recommend getting at least $25K E&O insurance as well but that's not something you need to do right away.
Other supplies you'll need is your notary seal - I prefer the slim round stamp, a notary journal - I prefer the hard cover Modern Journal of Notarial Events that you can get from notary.net for around $30. I also like the hard cover notary journal, it can be use to sign documents on top of, if you are signing outside and there's no table - you won't need to carry a clipboard in your bag.
It's a good idea to get a fingerprint pad and keep in your bag, also. Keep wipies too that way if you take someone's thumbprint for your journal they can wipe their thumb off afterwards.
Once you want to start doing loan siginings you'll want to have a good dual tray laser printer. I prefer the Brother HL-6200DWT.
A good portable scanner to get is the Epson ES-300W you want to make sure the scanner you get is direct connect so you can connect to it if you don't have
If you want to get into Online Notarizations (RON) the platform I recommend is SIGNiX