The Nassau County Interim Finance Authority Thursday hired accounting firm Grant Thornton LLP to review the Long Island, N.Y., county’s troubled finances.

Managing partner Marti Kopacz, who co-founded the restructuring practice at Grant Thornton, will coordinate the effort. She said her group will conduct field work over the summer and expects to conclude its study in early September, in time for the county to implement its suggestions in its budget deliberations for the fiscal year 2012.

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