(Proverbs 5:10 KJV) Lest strangers be filled with thy wealth; and thy labours be in the house of a stranger;
While it is true that we are to be storing up treasures for heaven where rust and moths do not destroy there is a simultaneous command to be stewards of our earthly resource. God is rooted in history and the physical world because He is the molder of one and the creator of the other. There is a religious spur that is called Deism. One of the aspects of Deism is that while it admits to a god, he is not involved. You may have heard of the illustration of making a watch, winding it and leaving it to wind down. That is the god of Deism. It is not the God of the Bible.
As I speculate on why God gives us responsibility to manage our physical resources I come up with an idea that we are preparing for eternity. In a sense we are cosmic preppers. Somehow balancing our check books and living within our means will have a connection to eternal life.
So? Manage your resources. Make sure that the fruit of your labor goes into preserves and not the garbage bin.