A poster for the office of the treasurer should be of a subject that is finance related. Whether the poster is humorous, informative or formal will depend on the tone of the office itself in addition to the personality of the treasurer. Even if you choose an informal and humorous poster, the poster should still be work appropriate and respectful.
A humorous poster will relate to the job functions of the treasurer, such as overseeing the financial statements of a company or government, but in a light-hearted and even silly manner. For example, an image of a super hero with a cape billowing behind him, perched on top of a building would be a surprising and amusing image to see in the office of a treasurer. Add a graphic of a calculator on his chest on an emblem and a pencil sword in his hand to connect the humorous image to the office he is displayed in.
In a time of challenging economic circumstances, a few helpful hints regarding positive money handling and tactics is both useful to the visitors of the treasurer as well as appropriate to be hung in the office itself. Choose 10 top tips for handling money and finances effectively and efficiently and list them in colorful, eye catching fonts on the poster page. Some tips could include making a calendar for your bill paying schedule and always paying off the balance on your credit card. This poster will be informative for those touring the treasurer's office or those waiting for an appointment.
Choose a poster that depicts the United States Department of the Treasury building for the decor of the treasurer's office. This poster could be an actual color photo of the building or could be displayed in black and white for a vintage look. The poster could also display a sketch or painting of the treasury building, for an artistic touch on a formal subject.
Display a poster that depicts photos, drawings or paintings of all the different people who have held the title of treasurer for that particular company, organization or government. Include with the photos the names of each treasurer as well as the years he or she served in the office. This poster will serve as a tribute to all those who worked in the office and as a way to preserve their legacy.
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