Your banking routing number is the nine digit code that appears on your checks in the lower left-hand side. It is the first set of numbers that appear. The second set of numbers that appear after your routing number is your account number. This is typically a 10 to 12 digit code that is specific to your account.

If the account you are using does not having checks, please contact your financial institution to identify your routing and account number. You may also be able to access the routing number online at your financial institutions website. Additionally if you have access to online banking access for your account, the routing and account number may appear there.