Bank of America routing number is 9-digit numbers assigned by the ABA. Routing numbers for Bank of America vary by state and transaction type.
What is a routing number?
In the US, banks and other economic institutions use routing numbers to recognize themselves. They’re made up of 9 digits, and sometimes called routing transit numbers, ABA routing numbers, or RTNs.
The Federal Reserve Banks require routing numbers to prepare Fedwire funds transfers. The ACH network also requires them to process electronic funds transfers – like direct deposits and bill payments.
Find Bank of America routing numbers for:
- Bank of America checking and savings account routing number
- ACH payments routing number
- Wire transfers routing number
Bank of America routing numbers
|State||routing number||State||routing number||State||routing number|
|Bank of America Alabama||051000017||Bank of America Alaska||051000018||Bank of America Arizona||122101706|
|Bank of America Arkansas||082000073||Bank of America California||121000358||Bank of America Colorado||123103716|
|Bank of America Connecticut||011900254||Bank of America Delaware||031202084||Bank of America District of Columbia||054001204|
|Bank of America Florida||063100277/ 063000047||Bank of America Florida, West||063100277||Bank of America Georgia||061000052|
|Bank of America Hawaii||051000017||Bank of America Idaho||123103716||Bank of America Illinois||081904808|
|Bank of America Illinois, North||071000505||Bank of America Illinois, Chicago Metro||081904808/ 0071103619||Bank of America Indiana||071214579|
|Bank of America Iowa||073000176||Bank of America Kansas||101100045||Bank of America Kentucky||051000017|
|Bank of America Louisiana||051000017||Bank of America Maine||011200365||Bank of America Maryland||052001633|
|Bank of America Massachusetts||011000138||Bank of America Michigan||072000805||Bank of America Minnesota||071214579|
|Bank of America Mississippi||051000017||Bank of America Missouri, East||081000032/ 101000035||Bank of America Missouri, West||081000033|
|Bank of America Montana||051000017||Bank of America Nebraska||051000017||Bank of America Nevada||122400724|
|Bank of America New Hampshire||011400495||Bank of America New Jersey||021200339||Bank of America New Mexico||107000327|
|Bank of America New York||021000322||Bank of America North Carolina||053000196||Bank of America North Dakota||051000017|
|Bank of America Ohio||051000017||Bank of America Oklahoma||103000017||Bank of America Oregon||323070380|
|Bank of America Pennsylvania||031202084||Bank of America Rhode Island||011500010||Bank of America South Carolina||053904483|
|Bank of America South Dakota||051000017||Bank of America Tennessee||064000020||Bank of America Texas, North||111000025|
|Bank of America Texas||111000025/ 113000023||Bank of America Utah||051000017||Bank of America Vermont||051000017|
|Bank of America Virginia||051000017||Bank of America Washington||125000024||Bank of America West Virginia||051000017|
|Bank of America Wisconsin||051000017||Bank of America Wyoming||051000017|
Bank of America routing numbers for wire transfers
If you’re sending a national wire transfer, you’ll just want the wire routing number in this table. If you’re sending an international wire transfer, you’ll also require a Swift code.
|Type of wire transfer||Bank of America routing number|
|Domestic Wire Transfer||026009593|
|International Wire Transfer to Bank of America account in the USA||026009593|
Bank of America routing number for ACH transfers
The ACH routing number will have to cover for sending an ACH transfer to any Bank of America account. To send a domestic ACH transfer, you’ll require to use the ACH routing number which varies from state to state. To find your ACH routing number, check the table above.
You’ll need to enter the ACH routing number when sending an ACH transfer to any Bank of America account.