Buddha mentioned before that one kind of happiness comes from possession. Because you need a living to get by daily needs, for rainy days and daily necessities.
Poverty and debts will lead to crimes, suffering and turmoils. We do not need to be attached to our wealth but we need enough to get by.
What's happiness from possession and enjoyment ? Bhante K Rathanasara elaborates further in this summary :
[Summary of Dhamma sharing on 5 Apr 2015]- Happiness of Possession & Happiness of Enjoyment
There is a misperception that Buddhists frown upon possessing wealth and enjoying pleasures in life. The Buddha acknowledged the social ills stemming from poverty. In the Kutadanta Sutta, the Buddha points out that poverty leads to crime and encouraged rulers to develop wealth in the country so that the people can live peacefully.
We should not mistake wealth as a goal. Wealth is simply a mean to the goal- which is happiness.
We are taught to earn in a righteous way and use wealth in four meaningful ways: (1) for the happiness of oneself; (2) to make provisions against losses and save for difficult times (3) to offer relatives, guests (others), kings (form of taxes), devas (religious activities), and offerings to acquire merits for departed relatives (4) to offer alms to the worthy monks and nuns.
While monks and nuns refrain from sense gratification, the Buddha did not set such restrictions for the laity. However, they are advised against indulging excessively in sense pleasures.