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Routing Number

IMPORTANT: To ensure your money is deposited correctly, use your 12-digit account number and 9-digit routing number for your tax refund or any direct deposit. Electronic deposits or payments with an incorrect account or routing number will be returned to the sender and may delay your deposit.

You’ll need this 9-digit routing number for direct deposit, tax refunds, retirement benefits, and any electronic deposit including transfers to your account from another financial institution, or to make payments online or over the phone.

ACCOUNT NUMBER for Automatic Deposits – 12-digits required
You’ll need your 12-digit account number to ensure your money is deposited to your account or for timely payments made online or by phone. The best place to find your 12-digit account number is at the bottom of your checks. American First account numbers typically lead with 3-6 leading zeros (0000), your shortened account number, and end with your 2-digit suffix which represents your account type. (Ex: 0000-234567-00)

Contact us if you don't have your 12-digit account number.

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