If you are reordering checks, setting up direct deposit or automatic payment, or preparing a wire transfer, you will likely be asked to provide an ABA number to your financial institution. ABA numbers expedite the processing of debits and credits between financial institutions.
The sample check image below shows where ABA check routing numbers can be found on your checks. Use the drop down box below to locate your numbers by state.
Refer to your own check for your numbers.
Below, you’ll find a listing of Bank of America's check routing, ACH routing, and wire transfer ABA numbers by state. Your financial institution will indicate which number is necessary for your particular transaction. For example, when setting up direct deposit, you will be asked to provide your ACH routing number. In some cases, there are two sets of numbers for a particular state. If you’re unsure which number to use, please call the phone number listed on your statement, and we will be happy to determine the appropriate number for you.