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The bank routing number is a nine-digit number assigned to a particular financial institution by the American Bankers Association, explains About.com. The number, also known as the ABA number or routing transit number, h... More »

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The American Bankers Association provides an online tool for bank customers to look up the routing number of any participating bank or credit union in the United States. Most banks and credit unions also post their routi... More »

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You can view many banks' nine-digit routing numbers on their websites without having to log in to an account. Alternatively, you can search for your routing number at routingnumber.aba.com by entering the name of your fi... More »

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Protect bank account details by keeping the account number and American Bankers Association (ABA) routing information safe, reviewing the monthly statement and notifying the bank of any potential problems, advises the Bo... More »

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The Chase routing number associated with a checking account can be found printed on the lower-left edge of a blank check. The routing number is made up of nine digits with a special three-dot symbol immediately preceding... More »

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To open a bank account, select an institution and a type of account to open, says About.com. Once an account has been chosen, provide information such as name, birth date and social security number. Agree to the terms th... More »

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To close a bank account, send a written request to close the account, along with contact information, personal information, account number and any other required documentation, according to About.com. Banks send the rema... More »

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