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Skip extra trips to the bank. Set up direct deposit and have your paycheck or other recurring deposits sent right to your checking or savings account — automatically.
Looking to set up direct deposit? Sign in to Online Banking to download a prefilled form
Setting up direct deposit is easy. Check with your employer's payroll office, you may be able to set up your direct deposit through an online portal. If not:
Sign in to Online Banking to download a prefilled direct deposit form
Not an Online Banking customer? Enroll in Online Banking today or choose your preferred language from the following list and download a blank direct deposit form (PDFs, require Adobe Reader layer).
In order to complete the direct deposit form, you'll need to know:
Locate your account and routing number
Looking for just your routing number? Use our routing number selector
Not an Online Banking customer? Enroll in Online Banking today
You can find your ABA routing number and your Bank of America account number in Online Banking or on the mobile app.
Want us to walk you through it?Show me how to find my account info in Online BankingShow me how to find my account info on the Mobile App
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You can set alerts for important account activity using Online Banking or the mobile app.
Want us to walk you through it?Sign in to Online Banking to set up direct deposit alertsShow me how to set alerts on the mobile app
There is no charge for direct deposits.
No. You do not need a voided check to set up direct deposit.
If you're reordering checks, setting up a direct deposit or an automatic payment or preparing a wire transfer, you'll probably be asked to provide an ABA routing number.
This sample check image shows where ABA routing numbers can be found on your checks. (Refer to your own check for your specific numbers.)
This sample check image shows where the checking account number can be found on your checks. (Refer to your own check for your specific number.)
Please visit the Social Security website layer for guidance on how to set up or change direct deposit.
There are 3 ways to enroll in direct deposit of federal benefits:
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