There are three easy ways to find your routing number.
In the US, banks and other financial institutions use routing numbers to identify themselves. They're made up of nine digits, and depending on the purpose they serve, name differently:
- routing transit numbers
- check routing numbers
- Fedwire numbers
- ABA routing numbers.
Bank routing numbers are used to process check and electronic transactions such as funds transfers, direct deposits, digital checks, and bill payments. The Federal Reserve Banks use routing transit numbers to process Fedwire funds transfers.
Here are some ways to find your routing number:
- On your check or bank statement:
2. Online banking: you can find your routing number by logging into your online banking system
3. The Federal Reserve: this website allows you to look up any routing numberDid this answer your question?