Paul Zuelke, Founder Of Zuelke & Associates, Inc., To Retire After 40 Years Of Practice Consulting

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Paul Zuelke has announced that he is a few short months away from full retirement.  He will be closing Zuelke & Associates and issued the company’s last newsletter this past June. 

"He has been a voice of wisdom and integrity in the orthodontic and dental industries helping practices navigate the world of credit risk for over 40 years," officials said.

Though Mr. Zuelke is leaving the orthodontic and dental consulting profession, the ZACC (Zuelke Automated Credit Coach) credit risk identification program administered by OrthoBanc will still be available for use.  With ZACC, every orthodontic and dental practice can identify a responsible party’s credit risk and see a recommended financial arrangement in 30-45 seconds, with no impact to the responsible party’s credit score.

"ZACC has proved to be an invaluable tool for countless practices across the country for many years," officials said.

"Visit www.getzacc.com and you can see for yourself how simple, fast and inexpensive it is to identify risk and grant credit proportional to that risk.

"We at OrthoBanc congratulate Paul Zuelke on his retirement and thank him for his invaluable contribution to our industry.  We are proud to continue his legacy through the Zuelke Automated Credit Coach."




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