No two banks have the same routing number. Whereas online-only banks and smaller banks such as USAA and Navy Federal Credit Union only have one associated routing number, it’s more common for financial institutions to have multiple ABA numbers to accommodate their many branches.How do you find the routing number for a bank?
Probably the easiest place to find your bank’s routing number is to look at your paper checks. The check will typically have the 9 digit routing number down on the bottom left of the check. It will be in a sequence of three numbers printed in MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) form.