Which is correct, "in regards to" or "with regard to"?
With regard to is correct, while in regards to is incorrect. But not for the reason you think.
When used as a noun (this usage), regard is always singular and is never the plural regards. But, according to the authoritative reference Garner's Modern American Usage (3rd edition, Oxford University Press, 2009), in regard to or with regard to are both Standard English and may be used interchangeably.
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