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How To Find Your Routing Number?

 
What is a Routing Number? | Where Can You Find the Routing Number? | Setting Up Direct Deposit | Additional Applications

What is Farmers State Banks Routing Number?

FSB's routing number is 073911676.

Routing numbers are essential in the banking world, serving as unique identifiers for your bank. They're crucial for electronic transactions like direct deposits, digital checks, and funds transfers.

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Key Takeaways

  1. Understanding Routing Numbers: A routing number is a unique nine-digit code that identifies your bank, which is crucial for accurately processing electronic transactions like direct deposits and online bill payments.
  2. Locating Your Routing Number: You can easily find your FSB routing number at the bottom left corner of your checks or conveniently displayed on the FSB website's footer.
  3. Setting Up Direct Deposit with FSB's Routing Number: To set up a direct deposit, obtain a direct deposit form, attach any required documents, such as a voided check, and submit the completed form to your employer's payroll or HR department.
  4. Other Uses of Routing Numbers: FSB's routing number is essential for various electronic payment services, including online bill payments and wire transfers, all securely manageable through FSB Online Banking.

Table of Contents

  1. What is a Routing Number?
  2. Where Can You Find A Routing Number?
  3. Set Up Direct Deposit with FSB's Routing Number
  4. Additional Applications for Routing Numbers

What is a Routing Number?

A routing number is a unique nine-digit number that acts as a unique identifier for your bank. This number serves as an address for electronic transactions like direct deposits, digital checks, and funds transfers. It's also used for making bill payments online.

Where Can You Find A Routing Number on a Check?

To easily locate the routing number, simply check the bottom left corner of one of your checks. The routing number is a unique nine-digit number that's easily distinguishable from other numbers on your check.

Image illustrating the location of numbers on a check: the first set is the routing number, followed by the account number, and finally, the check number.

Where Else Can You Find Your Routing Number?

You can find FSB's routing number conveniently located in the footer of our website homepage to quickly and easily access the information you need for your banking transactions.

Footer Routing Number

Set Up Direct Deposit with FSB's Routing Number

    1. Get a direct deposit form from your employer: Most employers offer direct deposit as a payroll option and will provide you with a form to fill out when you're hired. You will need your bank's routing number, account number, and type of account (such as checking or savings).
    2. Attach any required documents: Depending on your employer's policy, you may need to attach a voided check or other documentation to verify your account information.
    3. Submit the form: Once you've completed the form and provided any necessary documents, submit it to your employer's payroll department or the appropriate HR representative.

Additional Applications for Routing Numbers

Routing numbers play a crucial role in facilitating electronic payments for financial institutions. At FSB, this includes services like online bill payment and wire transfers.

With FSB Online Banking, managing electronic bill payments is both safe and convenient. You can pay bills or transfer funds securely from the comfort of your home. Enroll in FSB Online Banking to streamline your financial transactions today!

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