The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management provides an essential guide to the options facing those looking to invest wisely and maximise the returns on their capital, including traditional investment vehicles such as property, or funds and trusts, through to more colourful options such as forestry products, art, fine wines and racehorses. The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management, now fully updated for a fifth edition, offers authoritative, jargon-free advice on how to structure personal and business-related finances. It covers a range of aspects of personal wealth management, including: bonds, equities and hedge funds; venture capital trusts; portfolio planning; engaged philanthropy; pensions and investment in real estate; taxation issues and tax-efficient investment. The text also contains valuable analysis of the many less conventional investment assets on the market, all offering diversity of choice for the serious investor. These include property investment in the UK and overseas, forestry, art and antiques, racehorse ownership, fine wines and business angel investing.