A Routing and Transit Number also known as RTN is usually needed when using direct deposits or fund transfers. An RTN helps in speeding up the processing time of debits or credits between financial institutions. In other words when you want to transfer funds to or from your TCF Bank account you may require the Routing and Transit Number (RTN).
Below is a chart which you can use to find a Routing and Transit Number associated with the State in which you have opened the account in.
TCF Bank Routing and Transit Numbers State wise Chart
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Where to find the Routing Number on a TCF Bank Check?
The Routing Number is visible on your TCF Bank check at the left hand bottom corner next to your account number.