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Routing Number 111000614
Banks in the US are issued a 9 digit routing number. This nine-digit code is issued by the Federal Reserve to identify each financial institution. The routing number is necessary to identify each bank that operates on a network. A routing number is used to carry out checking account transactions and wire transfers. The routing number can be easily located on your check. The routing number used for checking, savings and money market accounts will identify the financial institution where the account was opened and is located.
Where to find the routing number on a paper check
The routing number can be found at the bottom of a check. It is often the first set of numbers on the left and on others checks it follows the bank account number or check number. The routing number will always be a set of 9-digit numbers.
WHEN WILL I NEED A ROUTING NUMBER
A routing number will be needed when conducting a variety of situations which may include setting up recurring transfers such as bill payments and setting up direct deposits.
For the most part a routing will only be needed when transferring money to or from your bank, such as when you file your taxes to receive a tax refund. You will also need it when you set up Automated Clearing House (ACH).
ABOUT JPMORGAN CHASE
JPMorgan Chase Bank is the largest United States bank, it manages some $2.5 trillion in assets. The company has gone through many mergers and acquisition throughout the years but was established in 1799 when it first opened as Bank of the Manhattan Company. The name was officially changed in December 2000 to JPMorgan Chase with the merger of JPMorgan and chase Bank. The bank has 5100 branches and ATMs in 26 states.