Jill Wrensch

Jill Wrensch

EA, Tax Manager

Phone: 715.384.1989
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About Jill

Jill Wrensch has been working in public accounting since 1995, when she began her career with the Kenneth E. Noble, CPA, SC practice, which merged with Hawkins Ash CPAs in 2009.

In her role as a tax manager in the firm’s Marshfield office, Jill works with individual, business, and estate and trust tax returns. Jill also provides general accounting services and tax advisory for clients.

Areas of Focus

Individual and Business Tax

Trusts and Estates


Associate’s Degree, UW-Marshfield/Wood County

Bachelor of Science, Managerial Accounting, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Enrolled Agent


Community Organizations

Town of Rock – Wood County, Clerk

Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association, Member

Cub Scout Pack 392/BSA Troop 392, Volunteer/Committee Member

Recent Posts by Jill

Tax Implications Of Job Loss

Tax Implications of Job Loss: Navigating Unemployment, Severance, and Retirement Plans

Despite the robust job market, some people are still losing their jobs. If you’re laid off or terminated from employment,
Maximize Tax Optimization: Convert Traditional IRA to Roth IRA

Traditional vs. Roth: Choosing the Right Retirement Account for Tax Optimization

The volatility in the stock market may have caused the value of your retirement account to decrease. But if you
Hiring Your Child Summer

The Tax Advantages of Hiring Your Child This Summer

Summer is around the corner so you may be thinking about hiring young people at your small business. At the
Tips For Easier Navigation Through Tax Season

Smooth Sailing: Tips for Easier Navigation Through Tax Season

The IRS generally begins accepting the previous year’s individual tax returns in late January. Here are quick tips you can
Rent Vacation Home

Renting Out Your Vacation Home? Know the Tax Implications

If you’re fortunate enough to own a vacation home, you may want to rent it out when you’re not using
Alternative Energy

Using Alternative Energy for Business Can Bring Tax Benefits

If you’re a business owner, you might be wondering if using alternative energy technologies in your company can help you
hire your children this summer

Hiring Your Minor Children for Summer Jobs

If you’re a business owner and you hire your children this summer, you can obtain tax breaks and other nontax
withdrawals corporation

Making Withdrawals From Your Closely Held Corporation That Aren’t Taxed as Dividends

Do you want to withdraw cash from your closely held corporation at a minimum tax cost? The simplest way is
Budgeting for Baby

Budgeting for Baby

With Babies bring joy and excitement. They also bring substantial adjustments to the family budget! In a September 2021 article,