(Proverbs 15:27 KJV) He that is greedy of gain troubleth his own house; but he that hateth gifts shall live.
This is a place where multiplied translations help us find better understanding. One group uses the word “greedy” (1214) compared to “profits”. They then talk about “gain” (1215) in place of “illicitly”. Both approaches have a negative word with a neutral word. Both are trying to get us to understand the sin we must avoid.
Everyone is faced with finding a way to put food on the table and a roof overhead. When the Bible talks about the tithe it is to be on the increase. That means being productive. In order to be productive it is necessary to generate more coming in than going out. That is called profit or gain. In itself that is good and blessed by God.
The problem we face is found in this combination of words which has the idea of coercion and violence to get what you want. The end does not justify the means. Attitude and methods are significant.
So? Go to work. Make a living. Learn how much is enough and how is important.