My name is Samantha Beaumont-Terry and I have run my own business – Sabre Bookkeeping since 2001. I had previously worked for a bookkeeping bureau and was appalled at the way clients were treated and bookkeeping carried out. I wanted to provide a service that was helpful, supportive and that gave my clients the information they requested when they needed it. I was originally based in Reading, but moved to Fareham in Hampshire in August 2007. Most of my clients I have had since I started in business and have built up a relationship where they know they can ask me for any sort of information and I will do my best to provide it.

 

When I take on a new client the first thing I do is look through their paperwork and accounts system to see how the work is being done currently. It often brings up a few nasty surprises for both the client and me! I can provide Sage software for your accounts and am flexible so able to work at your premises or if you prefer I can take work away to complete at my home. As I have no business premises to maintain I can keep my costs competitive.

 

I am qualified and work hard to support the needs of small businesses. I have full liability and product insurance which provides even more protection for you – my client. I have over 20 years of bookkeeping experience and have taken both the IAB and the AAT bookkeeping exams. In 2010 I completed the AAT examinations to level 3 - meaning that I can offer my clients an even more complete service when completing their year-end accounts, which in turn means the Accountant fees for producing the year end are generally reduced.

 

With over 20 years experience producing accurate, timely and professional accounting information for all kinds of businesses, you can rest assured that your company's accounting information is being well looked after. I pride myself on my reliability and attention to detail, and my aim is to make your life easier and keep your bookkeeping accurate.

 

 

The task of recording what goes into and out of the business is relatively simple but statistics show that most business people treat their books much like visiting the in-laws, all have good intentions: but something more important always gets in the way.   ~ quote from FSB magazine