Bank of America Routing Number (BofA) 2017



Bank of America routing number is multi digit code which is crucial to transfer payments, bank wire, check deposit and other financial obligation in USA. BofA routing number varies state to state so we are listing below the comprehensive details of routing number for BOF 121000358. But keep in mind routing number and account number is listed below bottom right corner of check and has entirely different objectives.

Bank of America or BofA is the 2nd largest bank in the United States of America. It is the major multinational financial institute in America with over 1500 branches throughout the country. It is also listed as the third largest bank in the world by Forbes. Bank of America is widely preferred in America as its cost of programs are low as compared to other leading banks in the market. But the annual fee is comparatively higher. That fee is compensated with excellent customer care and security of assets.

Like all banks in America, bank of America also has routing numbers. For each branch in each region it has a unique routing number that is required to avail certain facilities.

Bank of America Routing Number Guidance 

BOF Routing number is a 9 digit code assigned to a customer when they first open an account in a certain bank. The account number assigned depends on the region or branch code of the bank where the account was first opened.

Routing numbers are a necessity in any and most transactions through the bank for example wire transfers, online payments, deposits, ACH transfers and more. Each routing number is assigned to a bank by ABA or American Banker association. For this reason routing numbers are also sometimes mentioned as  2017 ABA numbers.

USA/Stats Paper  Electronic Transactions Bank Wire Transfer
Alabama 051000017 051000017 026009593
Alaska 051000017 051000017 026009593
Arizona 122101706 122101706 026009593
Arkansas 082000073 082000073 026009593
California 121000358 121000358 026009593
Colorado 123103716 123103716 026009593
Connecticut 011900571 011900254 026009593
Delaware 031202084 031202084 026009593
Florida, East 063000047 063100277 026009593
Florida, West 063100277 063100277 026009593
Georgia 061000052 61000052 026009593
Hawaii 051000017 051000017 026009593
Idaho 123103716 123103716 026009593
Illinois – South 081904808 081904808 026009593
Illinois – North 071000505 071000505 026009593
Illinois – Chicago Metro 071103619 081904808 026009593
Indiana 071214579 071214579 026009593
Indiana (Opened before 8/23/2008) 051000017 051000017 026009593
Indiana (Opened after 8/23/2008) 081904808 081904808 026009593
Iowa 073000176 073000176 026009593
Kansas 101100045 101100045 026009593
Kentucky 051000017 051000017 026009593
Louisiana 051000017 051000017 026009593
Maine 011200365 011200365 026009593
Maryland 052001633 052001633 026009593
Massachusetts 011000138 011000138 026009593
Michigan 072000805 072000805 026009593
Michigan (Opened before 8/23/2008) 051000017 051000017 026009593
Michigan (Opened after 8/23/2008) 081904808 081904808 026009593
Minnesota 071214579 071214579 026009593
Mississippi 051000017 051000017 026009593
Missouri East/St. Louis 081000032 081000032 026009593
Missouri West/Kansas City 101000035 081000032 026009593
Montana 051000017 051000017 026009593
Nebraska 051000017 051000017 026009593
Nevada 122400724 122400724 026009593
New Hampshire 011400495 011400495 026009593
New Jersey 021200339 021200339 026009593
New Mexico 107000327 107000327 026009593
New York 021000322 021000322 026009593
North Carolina 053000196 053000196 026009593
North Dakota 051000017 051000017 026009593
Ohio 051000017 051000017 026009593
Oklahoma 103000017 103000017 026009593
Oregon 323070380 323070380 026009593
Pennsylvania 031202084 031202084 026009593
Rhode Island 011500010 011500010 026009593
South Carolina 053904483 053904483 026009593
South Dakota 051000017 051000017 026009593
Tennessee 064000020 064000020 026009593
Texas, North 111000025 111000025 026009593
Texas, South 113000023 111000025 026009593
Utah 051000017 051000017 026009593
Vermont 051000017 051000017 026009593
Virginia 051000017 051000017 026009593
Washington 125000024 125000024 026009593
Washington DC 054001204 054001204 026009593
West Virginia 051000017 051000017 026009593
Wisconsin 051000017 051000017 026009593
Wyoming 051000017 051000017 026009593

Getting To Know Your Own Routing Number

One of the perks of bank of America is that it offers different routing numbers for different states. It makes transfer of payment faster and more secure. For making financial transactions you need to know your own routing number first. Routing numbers are mentioned to you in the beginning stages of account opening. It is rare for people to remember it for long terms but if you remember then you are a real genius.

In other case to get the routing number that you can use is simple. You can either see the check that is handed to you. Or you can get it from customer service. Or simply login to your online banking account and check it in information and services.

  • Though Checks

If you have the check book that you received than locating your routing number will be a piece of cake. Just check the bottom right corner of your check and there you will see a 9 digit code then your account number. That 9 digit code is you assigned routing number. Be sure to keep the routing number and your account number safe as they are used in online bank transfers.

  • Without Checks

In case you lost your check book or you forgot from where you first opened your account from then there are still no worries.

You can either search the routing number from the list given by bank of America in the following link. Just search your state and locate the code

Link for routing number sorted by states: http://banks-america.com/routing-number/bank-of-america-na/

Bank of America Customer Support

Else you can just call customer service and answer some questions. And they will help you out.

Customer service: 00 1 315-724-4022

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