two probability levels in regression tables

#1
I was wondering if is is common practice to identify betas that are significant at either the .05 and .001 level. e.g., If I decide to set my p level at .05 for my study should I label results whose significance level is .000 in SPSS as being p. < .001
i see this in a lot of the notes under regression tables
 

CB

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#2
Yep, it's pretty common practice (but not compulsory). You can do something like:

* p < 0.05
** p < 0.001

You certainly don't HAVE to do it though. If you're thinking of publishing you could check whether the journal you're going to submit to has any particular guidelines for reporting p values.