Cookie Policy

thewealthworks website uses cookies and this policy explains how we use cookies when you visit the site.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a tiny text file that is sent by a web server to your web browser and stored. Cookies are either session cookies or persistent cookies. A session cookie is deleted when you close your web browser and end your session. A persistent cookie is downloaded and stored on the computer’s hard drive. This cookie remains valid until it is manually deleted or reaches its expiry date. Cookies can gather information about the computer you are using and analyse your usage of a website in order to help with improving the website and creating a more tailored user experience. The information provided by the cookie will not identify you personally.

Cookies can also enable users to access certain parts of a website, and proceed with specific transactions.

At thewealthworks we use Google analytic cookies and site cookies.

  • Google Cookies: thewealthworks use Google analytic cookies in order to monitor website usage. Information stored illustrates visitor demographics, behaviour, traffic sources and search terms as well as other relevant information used for analysis. Read the Google privacy policy
  • Site cookies: These control accessibility, and control what web pages you can and can’t see. They enhance your website experience, allowing you to move easily between pages.

Third Party Cookies
Cookies are also used by third parties, such as twitter, meaning that when you click the ‘tweet’ button on our news articles you are consenting to Twitter collecting data about your usage. Read the Twitter privacy policy

Disabling/Blocking Cookies
By using thewealthworks website you are consenting to the use of cookies in accordance with thewealthworks ‘Cookies Policy’. If you don’t wish to consent to the use of cookies, you can disable them in the browsers below by following these instructions:

Internet Explorer: Go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy. Then select Advanced from under the Settings section. From here you can choose to allow, block or be prompted for first and third party cookies.

Mozilla Firefox: Go to the Menu > Options > Privacy & Security. Then go to the Cookies and Site Data section and make the appropriate selections to block or manage cookies as required.

Google Chrome: Go to Settings and select Advanced. Under ‘Privacy and Security’ select Content settings and then Cookies. From here you can then manage the cookies.

Safari: Go to Preferences > Privacy and select the Cookies and Website Data option. From here you can block or manage cookies.

Other browsers: For other browsers the Help option should be able to advise you on how to delete cookies.

By disabling or deleting cookies completely, your overall website experience may be affected. This is because cookies are used to enhance a website, making it easier to use. Cookies also store passwords and user names.

Contacting Us
If you have any questions relating to the cookie policy, please contact us via email at

Last updated: 1 October 2019

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