When you think of humanity in general and the purpose for being, it may be boiled down into two reasons for our existence upon this planet. They are found in the central commands of God. The first is loving God and the second is loving our neighbor as ourselves. Both of these commands and purposes are relational in nature. The reason God commanded them is because we have people who live outside the proper love relationship that God ordained from the very beginning of our existence upon this planet.
In particular, are those who are idle, not-working, but meddling into the financial affairs of others. These busybodies would leave the boundaries of their own immediate family and whisper and gossip or discuss the affairs of other Christian family members. Paul spoke about this in the book of 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15. He mentions that busybodies are created through idleness. They do not provide food for themselves, but seek to tap into other peoples financial business. Instead, of letting their conversation be as it becometh the gospel of Christ (Philippians 1:27). They discuss financial business that does not concern them or they have no tangible solutions to provide. They waste time on conversations they should be having within their own family. This should not be. This behavior is cancerous.
In this hour, the Christian family should join or fellowship with Christian family members for the express purpose of building a sound relationship with Jesus. For praying for one another and building each other up in their most holy faith. If you have Christian family members that are becoming cancerous, remind them of the type of relationship Christian families should have with one another & be about their own personal financial business.
Paul says, a man that does not work should not eat. This man in this context is mankind, not that women should not be working. Check out the Proverbs 31 woman who is a business woman and a wife. However, financial discussions should be central to your own family & stay out of the financial business of others.