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List Of Bank of America's Routing Numbers In The US (2023)

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For domestic and international wire transfers, the Bank of America routing number is 026009593

What is a Routing Number?

A routing number (also known as ABA which stands for American Bankers Association or RTN which stands for Routing Transit Number) is a nine-digit number that is used by banks or other financial institutions to identify where your account was opened in order to send or receive money.

Each bank will have its own specific routing number assigned to them to reduce the chances of miscommunication. In cases where the wrong routing number was provided during the transfer, it can cause your transaction to be delayed, or denied, and if it was approved, it will be transferred to the wrong account.

Bank Of America Routing Numbers For Local & International Wire Transfer

Wire Transfer Numbers
Wire transfer 026009593
SWIFT Code (Foreign currency) BOFAUS6S

Let's take a look at the routing numbers for each state in the US for Bank of America.

Bank of America Routing Numbers - All States

State Routing number
Alabama 051000017
Alaska 051000018
Arizona 122101706
Arkansas 082000073
California 121000358
Colorado 123103716
Connecticut 011900254
Delaware 031202084
District of Columbia 054001204
Florida (East) 063100277/
Florida (West) 063100277
Georgia 061000052
Hawaii 051000017
Idaho 123103716
Illinois (North) 071000505
Illinois (South) 081904808
Illinois, Chicago Metro 081904808/
Indiana 071214579
Iowa 0073000176
Kansas 101100045
Kentucky 051000017
Louisiana 051000017
Maine 011200365
Maryland 052001633
Massachusetts 011000138
Michigan 072000805
Minnesota 071214579
Mississippi 051000017
Missouri (East) 081000032/
Missouri (West) 081000033
Montana 051000017
Nebraska 051000017
Nevada 122400724
Hampshire 011400495
New Jersey 021200339
New Mexico 107000327
New York 021000322
North Carolina 053000196
North Dakota 051000017
Ohio 051000017
Oklahoma 103000017
Oregon 323070380
Pennsylvania 031202084
Rhode Island 011500010
South Carolina 053904483
South Dakota 051000017
Tennessee 064000020
Texas (North) 111000025
Texas (South) 111000025/
Utah 051000017
Vermont 051000017
Virginia 051000017
Washington 125000024
West Virginia 051000017
Wisconsin 051000017
Wyoming 051000017

How To Find Your Bank of America Routing Number on a Check

An infographic outlining the routing number, the account number and the check number on a check.

To find your Bank of America routing number on your check, all you need to do is see the "bottom-left corner" of your check.

The routing number on a check for most banks in the U.S. is situated at the bottom-left corner, followed by an account number and a check number.

How To Find Your Bank of America Routing Number Online?

Double-check your routing number with both your bank and the recipient.

You can find the Bank of America routing number online by:

  1. Checking the state in the US in which you need to make payments. See the routing number by state.
  2. Use Bank of America ABA Routing or mobile app. Note that you will need to provide the state zip code to determine the rate and fee.
  3. Check or statement issued by Bank of America.


Why do I need a routing number?

You need a routing number to ensure that all of your transactions are transferred to the right destination securely.

Your routing number can also be used for other banking activities such as bill payments, direct deposits, and automated online payments.

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