Numbers used by your financial institution are typically located at the
bottom of your printed checks.
The routing number (highlighted in red) is a 9-digit number located between
the banking symbols.
Note: We recommend that you verify this number with your
financial institution. Some financial institutions, on some business accounts, use a different routing number on their
printed checks than they do for the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network,
which routes many automatic transactions, such as direct deposits of employee
paychecks or e-payments to tax agencies.
Your account number is also found on the bottom of your checks (highlighted
The sequence number (highlighted in green) is your check number.
Important: The routing and account numbers on your checks may appear
in a different order than the numbers on the check shown here. If you are not
sure which number is the routing number, contact your financial
Entering or editing an employee's direct
Changing the bank account you use for
Printing routing and
account numbers on checks