Send a Love Note: The Easiest Way to Say "I Love You"

Aditi Shekar
February 6th, 2019 | 1 min read

When’s the last time you told someone you loved them? Heck, between work, life, handling our finances (obviously), and everything in between, we all get busy — and we forget to tell the most important people in our lives that they matter to us.

That’s why we created a way to say thanks, I-like-you-a-lot, and you’re-the-peanut-to-my-butter to those stellar humans — the significant others, besties, and family members — during this month of love.

It’s our way of helping you recapture the magic of giving out Valentine’s in elementary school, all year round. So send an e-card or real card here (for free!) and show them how much you care (candy hearts not included).

At Zeta, our mission is to help love thrive. We want to make it easier for couples to manage their finances, freeing up their time to focus on what really matters: each other.

That’s why we let our technology take care of categorizing spending, tracking shared expenses, and sending reminders about bill payments. You can learn more at www.askzeta.com.*

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