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How do I find the ABA Routing Number and my account number?
To find the ABA Routing Number and your account number, refer to the following:
- What is an ABA Routing Number and how do I identify it for the account?
- How do I find the account number?
What is an ABA Routing Number and how do I identify it for the account?
The ABA Routing Number is an identification number assigned to each financial institution and each branch office. The larger your financial institution, the more ABA numbers appear in the drop-down list on the data entry page. It is usually a nine-digit number found at the bottom of a check or deposit slip.
To find the ABA Routing Number for the account, take a look at your check. You will see a printed row of numbers, usually at the bottom of the check. The ABA Routing Number is the nine-digit sequence that appears between the symbols.
You can also find the ABA Routing Number within Online Banking by hovering over the last four digits of your account number.
How do I find the account number?
You can find the account number on an account statement. It is also printed on checks, beside the nine-digit ABA Routing/Transit number. Your account number appears on your check between the symbols.
To find your account number online, perform the following:
From the Accounts page within Online Banking, hover over the last four digits of your account number.