What's my routing number?


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Erick Sims answered

You don't have a routing number.  Your bank does.  If someone wants to know your routing number, you are normally filling out a document that authorizes someone to access a bank account you own, to make deposits and/or withdrawals.

If you have a check or deposit slip, it is the 9-digit code that begins the strip of numbers on the bottom:

The routing number is used to identify which financial institution is associated with a particular account.

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Anonymous answered

The routing number on a check is usually in the bottom-left corner and helps identify which bank the check issuer uses.

A routing number is often 9-digits long.

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