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Routing and Transit Numbers

Routing and Transit Number

You will usually need to provide a Routing and Transit Number (RTN) when enrolling in automatic services such as direct deposit. An RTN speeds up the processing of debits and credits between financial institutions.

Find the RTN on a Check

To find where the RTN is located on a check, look at the example below. Do not use a Deposit Ticket Routing Number for automatic services.

Routing and Checking Number

Find the RTN Without a Check

The best resource to determine your RTN is by looking at a check. If none are available, use the TCF Routing and Transit Numbers chart below to find the number associated with the state where you opened your account. This may not be the same state where you currently live.

TCF Routing and Transit Numbers

Arizona 122106183
Colorado
107006444
Illinois
271972572
Indiana
271972572
Michigan
272471548
Minnesota 291070001
South Dakota
291070001
Wisconsin
275071385

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