"With Regard To" or "With Regards To"?

The Quick Answer
Should I write with regard to or with regards to?

The correct version is with regard to. In summary:
  • With regard to
  • With regards to
  • In regard to
  • In regards to
Note: Even though with regards to is getting more popular, it should still be considered an error. (There is more on this below.)

With Regard To or With Regards To?

Writers are often unsure whether to write regard or regards in phrases like with regard to and in regard to. The correct versions are:
  • With regard to
  • In regard to…

See Also

adverse or averse? affect or effect? appraise or apprise? avenge or revenge? bare or bear? complement or compliment? dependant or dependent? discreet or discrete? disinterested or uninterested? e.g. or i.e.? envy or jealousy? imply or infer? its or it's? material or materiel? poisonous or venomous? practice or practise? principal or principle? tenant or tenet? who's or whose?
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