Working with yellow gold is much easier then working with silver.
Where argentium is hot short (breaking when handled in a hot condition) you don't experience this with gold.
Yellow gold is very forgiving and easy to solder. Red gold can trick on you.
White gold depends on which alloy metals are used (nickel, palladium, platinum etc..)
If you solder gold, look at the correct gold solder color to match the color of your workpiece.
Don't use silver solder to solder gold.
It will solder perfect but the contrast is seen and in time silver solder will turn black i.e. oxidize.
I don't know if you use several melting temperature solder for silver like hard, medium, easy solder.
I learned to use as much as possible hard solder for silver and for gold.
If you solder gold, you don't need to heat up your whole piece like you need to do with silver.
Working with gold is straight forward and not difficult.
Get into it and enjoy.