Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase are two of the largest banks in the United States.
However, figuring out how to transfer money between these banks can be frustrating, even in today's digital age.
But don't fret! In this article, we're going to show you all the steps required to transfer money from Chase Bank to Bank of America.
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In order to send money from Chase to BofA, you'll need to have an active Savings or Checking account with both.
The first step will be logging in to the Bank of America website with your credentials.
In order to transfer money, you'll need to link your external Chase Bank account to your Bank of America account.
Here's how to do this:
At this point, you'll fill out a digital form where you provide information about your Chase Bank account you're looking to link.
Once your Chase Bank account is successfully linked, you can initiate a one time or recurring transfer from this newly linked external bank account to your Bank of America account.
The good news is, you'll only need to link your account once. From there, you'll be able to initiate transfers whenever you wish.