Bank of America Routing Numbers by STATE
BoA has branches throughout the U.S. in most states. Find your ACH Routing Number Bank of America (ABA Routing Number) below for the state where you opened your account.
|STATE||B of A ROUTING NUMBER|
|District of Columbia (DC)||054001204|
|Florida (FL) East||063100277 (electronic) 063000047 (paper)|
|Florida (FL) West||063100277|
|Illinois (IL) Chicago Metro||081904808 (electronic) 071103619 (paper)|
|Illinois (IL) North||071000505|
|Illinois (IL) South||081904808|
|Missouri (MO) East/St. Louis||081000032|
|Missouri (MO) West/Kansas City||081000032 (electronic) 101000035 (paper)|
|New Hampshire (NH)||011400495|
|New Jersey (NJ)||021200339|
|New Mexico (NM)||107000327|
|New York (NY)||021000322|
|North Carolina (NC)||053000196|
|North Dakota (ND)||051000017|
|Rhode Island (RI)||011500010|
|South Carolina (SC)||053904483|
|South Dakota (SD)||051000017|
|Texas (TX) North||111000025|
|Texas (TX) South||111000025 (electronic) 113000023 (paper)|
|West Virginia (WV)||051000017|
Bank of America Wire Transfer Routing Number
The routing number for US wire transfers through Bank of America is 026009593.
The ACH Routing Number for Bank of America is 026000593. This number is for domestic and international wire transfers.
How is the BoA ACH Number different from the BoA Routing Number?
Wire transfers money to be transferred from one bank account to another. An ACH Number processes transfers using a clearing house (the Automatic Clearing House, or ACH). It is used to process either direct payments or direct deposits.
Also, Routing Numbers are generally decided on and assigned by the STATE the account was opened in.
More About Your Bank of America Business Routing Number
If you don’t see your state listed above for your Bank of America Business Routing Number or are unsure where you opened your account, see How Do I Find My Bank’s Routing Number?
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More About Bank of America, N.A.
BofA is a U.S.-based multinational investment bank and financial services institution, originally founded in San Francisco, California. It is currently headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is widely considered to be one of the Big Four American banks in terms of assets (customer deposits), alongside JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo.
Kinds of Financial Services Offered
Its main financial services center around commercial banking, investment banking, and wealth management. Bank of America Corporation also takes its credit card division very seriously and offers some of the best credit card deals available right now. For example, for customers with credit scores above 590, the BankAmericard offers 0% intro APR on Balance Transfers for 18 billing cycles for balance transfers made in the first 60 days of opening the account.
Selecting the Right BoA Credit Card
Not sure how to select a BoA credit card? See their website for more about how to select the right credit card for you and your needs, how to manage and organize your credit card account balance information, pay down debt, and most importantly, improve your credit score. To find out more about these credit skills and how to manage credit responsibly, see their Credit Card Account Management FAQs area on their website here.
A “Bulge Bracket” International Bank
Having the reputation of being one of the largest multi-national banks has also earned it a place in the “Bulge Bracket” of international banks. Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs are other banks considered to be currently in this list. Bulge Bracket banks are the main dealers in U.S. securities with a strong presence in all four of the world’s main regions: Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.
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