We’ve compiled a list of all the ABA, ACH, and Wire numbers for all the banks on checkroutingnumber.info
. With each table, you will find a link to the bank, in which you can find more useful information including contact information, fees, useful links, and much more.
If you want to learn more about these numbers, find your bank and click on the routing number and wire transfer information section. For instance, you can find the Bank of America: routing numbers and wire transfer information page here.
Note: With some banks, they will not have specific routing numbers for certain regions or states, so you may need to contact the bank and see what solutions they offer. Sources marked with ‘See website‘ fall underneath this clause and should be investigated. BankOrganizer admins update this page frequently as information changes with the many banks on the website.
How To Find Your Bank’s Routing Number
So now that we knew the reasoning behind the bank routing number, and what the number means, how do you find your bank’s routing number?
There are several places you can go to find your RTN.
Find Routing Number On Check
Probably the easiest place to find your bank’s routing number is to look at your paper checks.
The check will typically have the 9 digit routing number down on the bottom left of the check.
It will be in a sequence of three numbers printed in MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) form.
The first number in MICR sequence below is the routing number. The second is the account number. The third is the check number.
US Bank Arizona
US Bank California, Southern
US Bank Idaho
US Bank Indiana
US Bank Kansas
US Bank Minnesota, East Grand Forks
US Bank Missouri
US Bank Nebraska
US Bank North Dakota
US Bank Utah