Śrīla Bhakti Vinod Ṭhākur warns devotees about the pride produced by wealth.
The following song is from Śrī Kalyāṇa-kalpa-taru (1.12).
O mind! The pride produced by wealth is extremely troublesome. Wealth, companions, and property follow this body, and when the body dies, they all become meaningless.
No doctor or any of his remedies can save the body. When the life-air expires, only the body remains. The soul does not remain within the carcass.
If wealth gave life, then a wealthy king would never die. Rāvaṇa would have become an immortal on the earth. Wealth does not save the body, and when the body dies, no one remains. So, what does wealth do for us?
If you have great wealth, consider yourself possessionless and serve the devotees. Always be kind to everyone, worship Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa, and follow the practices of the sādhus.
“Your wealth is a means to enjoyment, so serve Kṛṣṇa with it.”