The New Hampshire Trustees of Trust Funds Portal (NHTTF) is located at https://nhttf.org. The portal is used to electronically file your Report of Trust Funds (MS-9) and Report of Common Investments (MS-10) with the New Hampshire Department of Justice Charitable Trusts Unit. To access the portal, you will first need a user account.
When you log in, you will initially arrive at your "dashboard". Here, you'll see the high-level information about your MS-9 and MS-10 ledgers.
This summary will begin by listing the Filing Status, which can be any of the following:
- Not Filed: Ledger has not been submitted for review
- Review Pending: Ledger has been submitted but review process not started
- Under Review: Ledger review process started
- Review Complete: Ledger review process completed, ledger has been rolled to following year.
Below that is current number of records that have been entered into either ledger.
And finally, the Last Roll Date will show the date that the previous years ledger review was completed, and signify that the ledger was rolled into a new period.
Below the statuses for each ledger, there are four buttons. The blue "MS-9 Ledger" and "MS-10 Ledger" buttons will direct you to the ledger for entering, editing, deleting, and submitting funds or investments into either ledger. Beside that, the individual report buttons will allow you to export either report in various formats (.pdf, .csv, .xls, and .docx). The "Import File" button will allow you to upload a .csv file with records into the ledger. Finally, the "Reset" button will reset all changes made to the ledger and return to its initially rolled state.
On the top left of the home page are two drop-down menus that allow you to choose between different years and whichever multiple entities you're assigned to and be brought to the selected entity and years' dashboard (as indicated on in the entity title bar on the left, above the drop-down menus):
NHTTF portal years follow the NHDRA's Tax Rate Setting periods and that when you are submitting an MS-9 or MS-10 ledger, you'll be selecting the year in which the submission is being made rather than the year the data is from. For example, if you are a calendar year filer (Jan 1 to Dec 31) and are submitting your calendar year 2018 data in time for the March 1, 2019 deadline, you will select "2019" in the NHTTF portal.