The short answer is no, there are not any programs dedicated to student loan forgiveness for military spouses.
Also to know is, can a 100 percent disabled veteran get student loan forgiveness?
By Mike Saunders. Until recently, if you were 100 percent disabled or had a finding by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) of Individual Unemployability (IU) you could get your student loans forgiven, but with one expensive caveat: it was considered taxable income by the IRS.
In this way, does the VA help pay student loans?
Under the VA Student Loan Repayment Program, you may be eligible to receive up to $10,000 per year, with a lifetime maximum of $60,000, to help you repay your student loans. Employees may qualify for monetary awards to help them medical training or to pay back their student loans.
Does VA disability count as income for student loans?
Educational Financial Aid and Your VA Disability Benefits
Yes, any disability compensation is counted on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), considered untaxed income and benefits. When you receive VA disability benefits, this counts as part of your total income, including your adjusted gross income.
The federal student loan program offers a “total and permanent disability” (TPD) discharge for disabled people who meet specific qualifications. … If you did have the disability at the time you got the loan, you might be able to cancel your debt if you can show a substantial deterioration of your condition.