There are fifty states in the US and every state has a different US bank routing number.
Whenever you go to open a bank account, the bank assigns you an account number and a routing number. A routing number is the sequence of nine digits that specifies the bank where you opened your account. When you open a bank account the bank gives a checkbook and a debit card.
On the bottom, left corner of the checkbook is your routing number. Each bank has a unique routing number and all the depositors at that bank will share the same routing number as they have their account at the same bank however the account number will be unique for each account.
Though, National banks may have different routing numbers for their different branches.
|California – Northern||121122676|
|Colorado - Aspen||102101645|
|Colorado - all other areas||102000021|
|Iowa - Council Bluffs||104000029|
|Kentucky – Northern||042100175|
|Kentucky – Western||083900363|
|Minnesota - East Grand Forks||091215927|
|Minnesota – Moorhead||091300023|
|Minnesota - all other areas||091000022|
|Missouri – Western||101200453|
|Nebraska (+ Council Bluffs, IA)||104000029|
|North Dakota (+ Moorhead, MN)||091300023|
|Ohio – Cleveland||041202582|
|Ohio and its all other states||042000013|
Similarly, The table below shows the routing number of all branches of chase Bank for all the states
|New York – Downstate||021000021|
|New York – Upstate||022300173|
US bank routing number is also known as ABA (American Bankers Association) routing number. Because this routing number was developed by this association. ABA, being a community of bankers and members of financial services in America holds a strong position in the industry, making principles of banking and introducing new terms like routing number. US routing number identifies from or to which bank money is being transferred in the US. No other strings are attached to the routing number.
Nowadays banks all over the world are familiar with routing numbers yet it is not used by all banks. Even some smaller banks do not even provide a routing number. However, On the west side, banks usees routing numbers while transferring money internationally as well as in domestic money transfer is a common practice.
Sometimes you may see the term routing number followed by two different abbreviations. ABA and ACH.
Besides online money transferring ABA routing numbers sometimes can also be used in paperwork and cheques transferring. Whereas ACH (automated clearing house) only refers to electronic money transferring in which no paperwork or physically going to the bank is involved.
Neither people are quite familiar with the fact that US routing numbers can be of two types depending upon the usage nor it is a set standard plus technically all the ACH routing numbers are also ABA routing numbers. Though if your bank is a large multinational bank (MNB) it may have a different routing number for electronic money transfers.
Now if you don’t know your routing number you can search online for it. Quite often the credentials are your bank name and where is it located, sometimes sites also ask for your account number.
Another option is to directly call or visit your bank and ask them.
In different states, every bank will have a unique US routing number. The US routing number doesn’t stay the same within the state however it remains unchanged for all branches of one specific bank within the state
US routing number of all branches of United States Bank across Arizona is 122105155.
The table below shows the routing number of all branches of the United States Bank for all the states
Your bank routing number is the most important 9 digit code other financial institutions will need to send or receive money. A routing number is used for
Direct deposit that is the payer directly deposits money into the payee’s bank account using his accounting number and routing number
Re-ordering cheques online requires your routing number as it is supposed to appear on the bottom left of your cheque
Your routing number is asked when you are paying bills online
So specifically we can say while transferring money from one bank to another more often internationally a routing number is required.
No, a banking number is not unique for every bank account plus it specifies the bank, not your account so people who bank at the same bank will have the same routing numbers or you can say all the checkbooks assigned from a bank will have the same 9 digit code at the bottom left of every cheque
No. all banks do not have the same routing number. every bank has a unique routing number. Although, large banks may have multiple routing numbers so you have to make sure that you get the correct routing number.
Many people don’t know about the routing number on the east side because they mostly use account number instead of routing number. So, people on the east side are not very familiar with the term routing number.
every bank uses a different type of routine number for a different transaction. if you don’t know your routing number then you should contact your bank beforehand. because it can delay the transaction process.
if you use wrong wrong routing number then your deposit will be canceled and money will be returned to you.
if you don’t have your checkbook then you can find out your routing number by logging in to the bank account or you can directly contact the bank to know your routing number.
A routing number is a nine-digit sequence of digits that is based on your bank account location where your account was opened. it is written on the bottom left corner of the checkbook.
A routing number is used to reorder checks, for payment purposes of consumer bills or to direct deposit or tax payment. in short, you need a routing number if there has been a money transfer to or from your bank account.
Routing number has the same importance everywhere around the world. The National Bank of Pakistan has the routing number of 026004721 used to transfer bills, tax payments, etc likewise every bank in Pakistan has its own routing numbers.
A routing number is the sequence of nine digits that specifies the bank where you opened your account.
When you open a bank account the bank gives a checkbook and a debit card.
On the bottom, left corner of the checkbook is your routing number.
Each bank has a unique routing number and all the depositors at that bank will share the same routing number as they have their account at the same bank however the account number will be unique for each account.
US bank routing number is also known as ABA (American Bankers Association) routing number. Because this routing number was developed by this association.
Besides online money transferring ABA routing numbers sometimes can also be used in paperwork and cheques transferring. Whereas ACH (automated clearing house) only refers to electronic money transferring in which no paperwork or physically going to the bank is involved. Another option is to directly call or visit your bank and ask them