What Is the Routing Number for Huntington Bank?

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Huntington Bank requires account holders to use a specific routing number depending on the third and fourth digits of their account number. For example, if your account is 14710131, then you would use the number 71 to find your routing number.

Here is a complete list of Huntington Bank’s routing numbers:

Acct # Routing Number Acct # Routing Number
02 041215032 60 044000024
44 042215060 19 051903761
03 044115090 61 044000024
45 042215060 22 051903761
04 041215016 62 044000024
47 041215016 24 051903761
05 041215032 63 041215032
48 044115090 26 041215016
08 044115090 65 042015422
50 041215032 27 051903761
09 044115090 66 041000153
51 044115090 28 044115090
10 041215032 67 044108641
52 051903761 29 057000697
11 044000024 70 041215016
53 051903761 31 044115090
12 041215032 71 042100191
54 041215016 34 074000078
13 044000024 72 042100191
55 074000078 36 072403473
14 042215060 74 042100191
56 051903761 38 072403473
15 072403473 76 044000024
57 051903761 40 074000078
16 044115090 77 044000024
58 041215032 41 051903761
17 072403473 78 041215032
59 041215032 42 074000078
18 072403473 89 044000024

Huntington Bank is a full service bank that has its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, but it also operates in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, West Virginia, and Kentucky.

What Is a Routing Number?

A routing number is an identifier that banks use when sending money electronically. You can think of it as an address for transferring funds automatically.

Routing numbers always have nine digits. The first four digits are for the federal financial district, which identifies the bank’s general area. The second four digits are for the specific bank. Each bank has at least one routing number, and some banks, such a Huntington Bank, have multiple routing numbers.

The final digit in the routing number confirms the previous eight digits.

Most people first use a routing number when setting up a direct deposit. With routing number and account number information, your employer can send a paycheck directly to your account rather than issuing you a paper check that you have to manually deposit.

You can also use your routing and account numbers to set up automatic payments for loans or other recurring bills. Additionally, you may perform a wire transfer or automated clearing house (ACH) transfer using a routing number. You can electronically send and receive money from your accounts in another bank or send and receive payments to or receive money from a third party.

You may also use your routing number to send direct payments for taxes to the IRS instead of sending them a check in the mail.

Where Can You Find Your Huntington Bank Routing Number?

There are three different places to find Huntington Bank’s routing numbers.

  • You can locate the routing number when  you log into the online banking platform. The routing number is in the Account Information section of the Account Details page.
  • The routing number associated with your account is also on the Summary Tab of Huntington’s mobile banking app.
  • The bank routing number is the nine-digit number on the bottom left of a personal check that you use for your Huntington Bank account.

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