what are "box 8 dividend" shares?

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Hi, Dividend is paid to anyone who holds the company's shares. The dividend is a certain percentage (e.g: 4.5%) and is across the board (each one gets money as per the number of shares one owns)... no one gets less and no one gets more..... totally equal. The value of the divedend (3%, 4%.... 10 ...