The region you live in determines your Chase routing number.
|New York – Downstate
|New York – Upstate
What Is a Routing Number?
A routing number is a nine-digit number that a financial institution uses to determine where it needs to process a transaction. It’s also commonly referred to as a routing transit number (RTN) or American Bankers Association (ABA). You may be asked to provide your Chase routing number for a number of different tasks, especially to:
- Facilitate a wire transfer.
- Sign up for direct deposits.
- Make electronic funds withdrawals to pay taxes or bills.
- Transfer money from your bank to another bank.
It’s important to know your routing number so you can ensure your money is being routed to the proper institution when you enroll in or approve these types of transactions.
Where Can You Find Your Chase Routing Number?
You can find your routing number on the personal checks that are linked to your account. When looking at the front of a check, your routing number is the first nine digits that appear at the bottom left. The second set of numbers is your account number.
You can also log in to your Chase account online and click on the “Account Information” link. Your routing number is displayed, as well as your account number. No matter how you find your routing number, it’s important to ensure you provide the correct number when it’s requested. When you provide an accurate routing number, your transaction is processed quickly and correctly.
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