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Old 12th May 2016, 11:58 AM
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Default Re: Nh Bank Of America Routing Number

Bank of America Routing Number is a 9 digit number that you may see at the bottom of the check issued to you by the bank.

Routing number is also referred to as check routing number, routing transit number (RTN) or ABA number.

The contraction ABA refers to American Bankers Association and this power has the responsibility to assign routing number to a financial institution.

Routing numbers may differ for different locations and for dissimilar kinds of transactions.

Depending on the type of transaction made, there can be three kinds of routing numbers – Paper, Electronic and Wire Transfer.

The Routing Number for BoFa can be located from the table below -

State / Region - New Hampshire

Paper (ex. Ordering Checks) - 011400495

Electronic Transactions - 011400495

Wire Transfer - 026009593

B of A Routing numbers depend on the type of transaction:

Paper Transactions: order checks

Electronic transactions:

Set up straight deposits (e.g. to receive paychecks or IRS refunds); make outgoing payments to other financial institutions;

Wire transfers: obtain incoming household or international wire transfers
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