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Bank of America Routing Number
|Bank of America Routing Number or commonly known a ABA routing number is a 9 digit number assigned to all the financial institutes by The Americans Bankers Association in the United States. The primary purpose of this routing number is to identify the financial institution where the payment was drawn. Routing numbers are also referred to as routing transit numbers or checking routing numbers. These numbers may also differ depending on the place where the account was opened and according to the type of the transaction made. Bofa routing number is generally present at the bottom of some negotiable instruments such as checks.
Bank of America Routing Numbers
The first nine digits that usually appear before the account number and check number is the routing number of the particular Bank of America location from where the check is drawn. These numbers may also differ according to the state and the type of account. Moreover, the bank offers several types of routing numbers that include:
- Bank of America's check routing number
- ACH routing number
- Wire transfer ABA numbers
Bank of America Routing Number List
Being the leading banking institute in the United States, Bank of America has its location all over the country. As the bank has different routing numbers for direct deposit and wire transfer in different states, customers are required to know the particular routing number of their state. The following is a list of routing numbers of Bank of America in different states of the country.
Bank of America Routing Number Southern California 121000358
Bank of America Routing Number Florida 063100277
Bofa Routing Number NY 021000322