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The New Hampshire Retirement System plays an important role in the long-term economic security of the state’s public employees, teachers, police officers, and firefighters. For more than 50 years, we have been committed to providing secure retirement benefits and superior service.

What's New

NHRS FY 2020-21 Employer Contribution Rates

09/11/2018
  • Employers

The NHRS Board of Trustees certified employer contribution rates for fiscal years 2020 and 2021 at its meeting on September 11, 2018.



Four New Members Join NHRS Board of Trustees

09/12/2018
  • Board of Trustees

Four new appointees recently joined the Board of Trustees of the New Hampshire Retirement System.



LaPlante appointed to NHRS Independent Investment Committee

09/12/2018
  • Independent Investment Committee

Daniel LaPlante of Hancock was recently appointed to the NHRS Independent Investment Committee (IIC) as a public member.



NHRS Receives Awards for Financial Reporting

07/26/2018
  • Summary CAFR
  • CAFR

NHRS has again been recognized by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its annual financial reports.



Working After Retirement Laws to Change in 2019

06/27/2018
  • Legislation

Legislation passed in 2018 will change the laws governing NHRS retirees who work part-time for retirement system participating employers. The changes take effect January 1, 2019.



NHRS Employer Contribution Rates for FY 2019

06/11/2018
  • Employers

NHRS fiscal 2019 employer contribution rates take effect July 1, 2018. These rates are unchanged from the current fiscal year 2018 rates.



Exceptions Instructions Available to Employers

04/20/2018
  • Employers

NHRS has developed a set of written instructions explaining how to clear some of the most common exceptions found during the monthly reporting process.



NHRS Trustees Adjust Payroll Growth Assumption for Teachers

04/12/2018
  • Employers

The NHRS Board of Trustees voted unanimously to adopt a revised actuarial assumption for payroll growth for Group I teacher members in response to the continued decline in the number of active teachers.