Find the Routing Number



Directory of the routing numbers US banks also known as RTN gives you information about routing numbers, that allows you to find out the bank or financial institution by transit number. FedACH routing transit number is used in electronic transactions which include fund transfers, direct deposits, bill payments, and digital checks.

“ Over 18000 routing numbers in database. ”
“ Transit number over 1200 banks and financial institution of USA ”
“ Find out FedACH numbers by city and states of USA ”

What is a routing number?

Routing numbers - is a 9-digit code, used by financial institutions to identify the specific financial institution tied to a bank transaction. It is also called RTN routing transit number or routing number

How is he formed

It's depending on where a bill was opened, also from the bank branch location, that service your bill.

Where he can be found?

He can easily find it in the bottom left part of a check. Also, you can find your transit number in this directory

Which routing numbers you will find?

Routing numbers that appear in this directory apply only to US financial institutions.

Where routing number can be found?

List of US states - select a state and find your ABA routing number

150 Large Banks in the USA

What is Routing Number?

ABA routing number, also known as the ABA transit number is a 9-digit number assigned to financial institutions by The American Bankers Association (ABA). People also refer to them as "Check Routing Numbers", "ABA Numbers", or "Routing Transit Numbers" (RTN). This number identifies the specific financial institution tied to a bank transaction. The transit number is a unique code, and it depends on the location of the bank and transaction type. Large banks can have many routing numbers for each state.

What is ACH Routing Number?

ACH Routing Number stands for Automated Clearing House (ACH). ACH Routing number used for the electronic transaction in the United States. Using ACH codes helps to reduce expenses, and increase payment processing efficiency. ACH transit number is a 9-digit number. The first four means the location of the Federal Reserve. The next four numbers identify the location of a specific bank. The last number is called the check digit which is the confirmation number. ACH Routing Numbers are used for direct deposit of payroll, dividends, annuities, monthly payments and collections, federal and state tax payments, etc.

What is the difference between ABA and ACH numbers?

ACH is a 9-digit routing number is used in the electronic transaction from one bank or financial institution to another. Both can appear the same, but also can be different as well. So one should check with the bank or determine the same on your bank’s website.

Which routing number should you use?

Banks use different routing numbers for specific transactions. So routing numbers on your checks can be different from those you need for ACH transfer or direct debit.

You should check which routing number to use with your bank beforehand if you aren't confident. Using the wrong number can lead to delays in processing the transfer.