ACH stands for Automated Clearing House. To find your ACH routing number, first check your checkbook. It may be the nine-digit number to the left of your account number. ACH is an electronic money transfer system that lets individuals receive or send payments via the Federal ACH network of banks in the United States.
What’s the difference between ABA and ACH?
While many banks will use the same code for their ABA routing number and their ACH routing number, you may want to confirm your ACH routing number by checking your bank’s website. To do so, log in to your online banking platform or use Google to search something like ‘ACH routing number bank of america”. This should take you to the info you need (just make sure you’re on your bank’s site, not someone else’s).
Alternatively, you can use these links to confirm your ACH routing number via your bank’s website: