The whole thing is a scam. They preach stupid hardship, yet they expect everyone to give all to joke-hova. They do this with all control, including that which money can give. You own something, joke-hova doesn't want you to have it. Rather, that thing wants you to rely on it so you will not be able to stray far from it. One mistake, joke-hova cuts you off and you are left destitute and in lousy health.
Rather, it is better to seek a balance. And not by going in field circus and to all the boasting sessions, either. You cannot enjoy your wealth if you are always working your butt off trying to acquire it. On the other hand, if you continually pass up opportunity to earn money, you are going to find yourself not being able to get things you really need. You need your bills paid, you need your necessities taken care of properly. And, you should be able to have those "wants" taken care of, with the proviso that one should not pay more with time and health for them than they are really worth.
Being a jokehovian witless is quite costly. How much does it cost to maintain your vehicle to always do field circus? Many drive substantial distances each way to calls, often on roads in lousy condition. Others spend much time doing stop and go in the city, adding more wear on the car. Suit dry-cleanings, your daily poisonburger, and regular donations also add up. Grand boasting sessions often involve either extensive travel each way or motel rooms, both of which are expensive. (And that doesn't even include those who wasted the money on one of those Israel missions or go on some other stupid mission for joke-hova).
Seems you need a full time job just to pay the expenses without going into debt--do that, and it is even worse.