According to the Mudgal Purana, GaneshaGanesha
The guardian deity of Hindus, also known as the Ganapati (The God of all groups) is the son of Lord Shiva ... is married to the Brahma’s daughters- Riddhi (prosperity) and Siddhi (wealth).
Shiv Purana gave the reference of Lord Ganesha had two sons Shubh (auspiciousness) and Labh (profit). Shubh is referred as Kheshma in many scriptures.
Shubh was born from the Ganesha (Wisdom) and Ridhi (Intellect), and Labh was born from Ganesh (knowledge) and Siddhi (spiritual well being).
It signifies that one can have the blessings of favorable conditions in the life or can say that one can start any auspicious work when its Intelligence is guided by the wisdom. Similarly, one can gain profit or can do well in the business or job when its knowledge is blended with spirituality.
Few scriptures even mentioned that Ganesha had one daughters ‘Santoshi Maa’.
Mantra to Invite Ganesha along with his family
"Om Sri Ganeshav Namah, Riddhi Siddhi Shubh Labh"
Significance of Mantra
This Mantra A group of sacred words chanted in order to gain something, be it materialistic pleasures or peaceful mindis recited to invite Ganesha along with family members so that he has no reason to go back. He could stay lifelong with his devotees.
However, many other scriptures as well as scholars quote different versions about his bachelorhood. There, it is mentioned that Ganesha possesses attributes that are cited as the name of his sons and wives in other scriptures. Thus, Ganesha is said to be the God of wealth, wisdom, prosperity, profit, and Knowledge.